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Can i seperate my music into folders and will the mp3 player play the songs? i want to separate my songs in folder as country, rock, rap, or by artists so i can hear songs in some kind of order. as far as i can tell the mp3 player sorts the songs alphabetically by song title

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Re: Can i seperate my music into folders and will the mp3...

Attach mp3player
Open My COmputer
Open your mp3player's file
Open "Music"
Make new folders and drag songs into them.

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