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Synching kay so i have music on my mp3 but i cant pull up the files to delete some of the songs i no longer want so i can add new ones that i just recently got, i've tried synching it and that does nothing we just upgraded our media player and it will not read any of my music what do i do???

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U shuld try to bring up a folder with the music in it after u connect it to ur computer then just delete the songs off of the folder i only did it once but it worked if it doessnt work try doing the same thing but on the media player im not completely sure if itll work tho

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