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UTF8 display Is it possible to view UTF8 Chinese (or other language) characters in mp3 tags on the HDD1630?

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Go to Main Menu --> Settings (looks like a gear) --> Language

In Windows Media Player, right click on songs and go to Advanced Tag Editor

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