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Problem whenever i put any mp3 songs on the player it tells me no file.

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    whenever i put any mp3 songs on the player it tells me no file

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    when i put songs into the mp3 it tells me no files

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You need to put MP3 files on the MP3 folder; not in root.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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