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How to play all mp3s in succession

I have downloaded some mp3s and do not know how to play all of my songs one right after the other. It only plays one song and then stops. I would like all the songs to play in succession, one after the other and do not know how to set the unit so it will do this. Does anyone know how to set it? thanks

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You need to create a play list and load that into the MP3 directory.

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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