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Album art I've figured out how to put album art on my iriver x20 by using mtp mode. It worked the first time, where all the art was sorted properly. I then accidentally deleted all my music and had to resync it via wmp 11. Now all the album art is mixed up, with incorrect album art for different songs. This has happened twice, even with me not synching everything at once, but artist/album by artist/album.

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U can use the other mode to put the album art on it too....
just drag and drop the album art using wmp 11...
if that doesn't work the slow way is to use iriver plus 3 and add it manually.
i suggest organising your files by placing albums into individual folders with their album art...
u can also use other programs like itunes or winamp to add album art...

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