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Album Covers I've uploaded album covers for all my tracks (a painstaking experience!) and then transferred the tracks onto the Samsung YP-T10. However, the album covers do not show up on the player-only the 'empty disc' icon is shown. Does anyone know what I could do about this? Cheers!

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Your album covers have to be part of the mp3 files themselves, in the id3 tag information. There are a few programs around that can do that for you. Have a look at mp3-tag, a freeware id3 editor (donation would be nice) at http://www.mp3tag.de/en/

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