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How to I label songs

My host family from Japan gave me a sansa e130 and all the instructions are in Japanese so I'm having some troubles figuring out how to work it. I can download songs onto it fine but how do I name them and lable the artist? Anyone know? In English preferably :)

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Put those songs in the Media player on you computer and if your on the net it will find its titles.

Posted on Oct 16, 2006

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