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Putting music into playlist

When I try and put music into the playlist it shows there are no folders even though I have named a playlist folder and synced into my Mp3 player. Am I doing anything wrong. I have songs and albums on there but no playlists.



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Do not ADD mp3 tracks into the playlist folder. this is not how it works. connect the player to the pc, then transfer mp3s into the MUSIC folder. Get into the foled, right click on song you want to be on playlist, and option PLAYLIST comes up. press on it and a new window will open, with playlist options. you can drag and drop mp3s in there, and so you'll have your playlist.

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