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Can't figure out how to erase songs

How do i erase songs i dont want anymore?

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  • greeneyes225 Dec 24, 2007

    i follow the directions that was given to me but i still can't delete the songs off my mp3 player

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All u have to do is pull up your songs and left click on the song or songs u want to delete and the option to delete will come up. Click delete and ur problem should be solved. Sc00ter

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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