Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Open the 'Playlist on the go' and scroll to the last in the songs list. There u will find an option 'Clear Playlist....
From there you can delete the Songs from Go Playlist
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
With the philips go gear 8 gb, to clear the playlist, select music on the main screen. From there, you will go to the screen that says all songs, artists, albums, and playlists. Select playlists, and all the songs on your playlist will show up. Once you are on that screen, choose the songs that you want to delete, and press the small playlst button on the top right of you player. It will ask you if you want to delete the song you highlighted. It takes a little time but it's the only thing i have been able to figure out that actually works
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
If this is an iPod, your "On The Go" playlist will show up in iTunes when you insert your iPod. When you plug in the iPod, look at the left side of iTunes, where your playlists are shown. Your iPod will be there too. Click the arrow next to the iPod so that it is facing down. This will show the playlists on your iPod. Simply scroll to the playlist, right click it, and choose "Delete".
If this is not an iPod, you should be able to do a similar thing through the program you use to manage your mp3 player. For example: if you use Windows Media Player, plug in your mp3 player. Windows Media Player should automatically go to the "Sync" tab. This will show the playlists on your mp3 player. Right click the "To Go" playlist and click "Delete".
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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