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The songs only can
deleted through your PC. If you use Windows Media Player 10, go
to the Sync window and select the songs that should show up
under the 'Music' folder tree on the right side of the window
and select the songs you want to delete and press the 'delete'
key on your keyboard. With Windows Media
Player 11, Open the 'Audio Player' tree on the left side of the
window then select 'Songs' from the list. Then select the songs
you want to delete and press the 'delete' key on your keyboard. You can also select
the 'Audio Player' or 'Removable Disk' under 'My Computer' and
delete the songs from there.
Best advice is to get a different player. The firmware on this device is ultimately unstable. After months of different issues i replaced it with an ipod, though many others are more reliable than mymusix.
When you hook it up, you should see an icon on your computer for the MP3 player. I download songs from iTunes to my MAC, then drag them to the MP3 player. However, they do not come from i'Tunes in a MP3 format. I found this on the internet for how to change the format:
When iTunes is open, find "preferences" and then locate "importing" (just look around on the different tabs till you find these, since Mac and Windows put them in different spots) tell it to import using MP3 encoder from the drop down bars, and say OK. now you can right click on the song you want to convert and select "convert to mp3".
Then drag the MP3 song to the MYMusix player icon and it should copy the song.