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You can go to the file explorer and simply delete them, if your phone does not come with this, you can go into the android application store and install "Astro File Manager", then navigate to your music folder, press down on the picture, and select either "Edit" or "Delete", I cannot remember which will show up. But that should do it.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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