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The best way is to connect the player to a computer and open the memory drive from the computer that's inside the player - read the drive and select the files or songs you want deleted and simply right click the file or files and select delete from the pull down menu.
it is not a big problem connect your mp3 player to the computer then open the drive of mp3 player then select your song and check the properties of the song that it is not read only then delete if it not works then format the drive by ms dos or simple way if this also not works then it is a problem of your mp3 player
first of all you cant do a quick format you have to open the gpx file and manually delete and make sure your battery is out of the player then open gpx file and youre music file hold down the the mouse button on the song you want and drag it to the gpx file and the release its called drop and drag will not sync up with media players on youre computer will cause a error songs vary in size so wont always get the 200 hundred song that the manufacturer says you can thats based on 3mb per song
This player will only recognize certain file types, and certain WMA files have restrictions that will allow you to play the song on your computer, but will not allow you to transfer it to an mp3 player. Your best bet is to get a music service that will only give you songs in mp3 format - it will give you fewer headaches. Once you have downloaded the songs onto your computer, you can use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your GPX. The full user's manual is available from GPX's website. Good luck!
You plug the mp3 into your CPU(the tower) into the usb port. Go to My computer and you'll see GPX down the bottom right. Click on it, then go to open music and click on it...drag the music files to the mp3 window you pulled up.
This link gives a video instruction on how to load music and videos and pictures to your model of GPX product. In the second column on this page, click on the bottom green arrow. You will need to allow pop-ups in your browsers to get the video instructions to come up. Good luck!
Go into WMP and connect the USB cable to your computer and player. Press the M button on the side til the screen reads "MTP." The device set-up wizard should start. Then hit the "sync" menu and drag and drop songs onto your sync list