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It is possible that the problem is it is either you are putting the song in an incorrect folder or your are suppose to use a program to sync music in the MP3 player for it to detect the audio or songs properly.
just like iTunes on an iPod if iTunes is not used then the audio can be put in the folder of the MP3 player/iPod but will not be detected when the MP3 player is used to play the song/music, Same goes for you Samsung MP3 Player I suggest you check for an application or program that you may need to use in order to get the Audio/Song/Music detect when putting them in the Samsung MP3 Player.
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I've never seen a MP3 player that you can select the order in which multiple songs are played, unless you do it manually or only have the song you want to play on it.
I think your efforts will be in vane. Sorry
if you have a error message license error, it means song is not properly authorized to be shared.
is this "downloaded song", are they on mp3 format? if they are, try using windows media player, then synch it with the mp3 player.
hope this helps!