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Hi there is there any way you can add song files to an already created folder. and why cannot create a new folder and when I tried to make a new folder the song files go to other songs on the player.???

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My gogear doesn't detect on my pc, it's alway apear plug 2 pc on my lc. how do I fix it. thank

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