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How do I delete songs off from my ilo mp3 player?

I am not sure how to delete songs off from my ilo mp3 player. I know how to download them but not how to delete them from the device?

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  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2008

    cant delete songs

  • a12amanda123 Sep 29, 2008

    i cant get it b/c it doesnt recognize it
    but my aunt game my the mp3 player(just the mp3 player nothing else) and i dont know some of the songs and i have no room for more songs so i need to delete the songs so i can add more

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    i tried to do that too because im on the windows music player right now and its bugging me soo much. i added new songs and now i want to delete a lot of them and like its not letting my delete them.

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Hi Miggila,
I have the same player and I can help you. Connect the player to your computer through the USB cable and when the computer recognizes the player open the player file and your list of songs should appear. Highlight and right click the song you want to remove. Then click delete. I hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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