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Mp3 i just got a mp3 player from a friend and i dident get anything with it, no disk nothing so i was hopeing that you could help me by telling me how to get his name off the screen when i turn it on and how to set the time, thank you for your time Tawnya

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Hold down center button for a few seconds. go to settings, then display, then name. erase old name and enter yours. for time go to settings, timer, date and time.

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