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HELP ME!!! After i add songs to my go gear, i go to listen to my music, and it plays the wrong song. FOR EXAMPLE: if i click onto an Ashanti song, it will play a Lil Wayne song. Why does this happen?? I've tried to refresh it, but it doesn't work. I need solutions!!

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  • Mark Williams
    Mark Williams May 11, 2010

    If the song is corrupt or in the wrong format it will skip to the next song and play that, I had to use a program called switch to make sure all songs were in mp3 format before I sync them to the mp3.

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Download the latest firmware upgrade for the device at www.usasupport.philips.com
The firmware upgrade will delete all songs off the device
Re-add the songs you would like
It should work better the second time around

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