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Deleting Songs Can some one please help me!! I somehow managed to download a whole playlist onto my partners mp4 player & I don't now how to delete them.

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Jus plug it into the computer the select the files you want deleting then delete them but make sure its only the files you want deleting that are selected sould be really easy to do if that dosnt work then ill look into it and get back to ya

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