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How do I organize my songs on my 2GB Slick MP3 Player? I tried using track numbers but it still gets out of order.

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Most likely its using the id3tags to sort your music find yourself a good id3tag editor and try it that way

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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It could be that your RCA MP3 player is sorting the MP3's by track number. By this I don't mean the track number in the file name of the MP3 but in the "MP3 tag". There's a portion of every MP3 file that allows the file to contain lots of data other than the sound. It contains things like Album, Year, Artist, Title, Composer, Genre, etc. It's likely that the RCA MP3 player is reading the "Track Number" field of the MP3 tag for each MP3 file. You can download a free program called MP3Tag at http://www.mp3tag.de/en/. It will let you specify the track numbers for each MP3. See if setting each file's "Track Number" allows you to sort the order on the MP3 player.

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i don't know but i have one and i recommend you just copy and paste them to the folder because if u sync it will be in different folders on the mp3 and if u listen using random it will only play the songs in the folder you are in .

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Or you can go to "my computer" then find drive that the player is on and delete from there.

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A workaround would be to alpabetically change the names of the songs so that they play in the order you want, but on some mp3 players you cannot change that alphabetical order problem.

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