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Is there anyway to move the recorded wma files from the mp3 player onto my laptop? I can't figure it out.
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Yes plug the device into your computer, go into my computer, click on your device, look through the folders until you find one titled record, audio or something of that sort, if there is a folder titled mobile look in there once you find it just drag and drop to your desktop.

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