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I have a philips GoGear 2gb I have only 35 songs and I can't get the songs to shuffle as soon as I try it stays paused.I can go to artist and play one song at a time searching each time.

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Please select the sound mode in the menu and select the Shuffle mode . If the player refuses to work then it is better to have the player reset using the reset button.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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