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How I can order in name's order (alphabetically) my songs inside each folder?
My problem is the order of the songs inside each folder of my mp3 player ATIVA. Are you able to help me? Thank you.

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MP3 players generally copy music over in a set way.  Usually that's however you have music stored on your computer.
Once on the MP3 player, you won't be able to rearrange the music, in most cases.
You should try arranging the music on your computer (which is time consuming, if you have a lot), and then move it to your MP3 player again.

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