Library screen

You can select tracks from the library screen. Tracks are classified into various categories (such as [All Songs], [Album], [Artist], etc.).

To display the library screen

Flick the playback screen down.

You can also tap at the bottom of the screen to display the library screen.

  1. Music categories ([All Songs], [Album], [Artist], etc.)

    Each track is classified into several categories. Select a track from the desired category.

  2. Page indicator

    The number of dots represents the number of available pages.

  3. Subcategories

    After you select a music category, select a subcategory until you find the desired track.

    You can check the codecs for tracks, such as FLAC. Codecs for High-Resolution Audio formats appear in color.

Option/setting menu

Tap to display the menu.

Available menu items may differ depending on the screen or settings.

Settings Select the item to display the Settings menu.
Select Items to Display Select the item to set which categories to display or not to display.
Reset display item order
Select the item to display the default categories.
View Help Select the item to view the operating guide.

Pop-up menu

Tap to display the pop-up menu. appears beside each item in a subcategory list.

Available menu items may differ depending on the screen or settings.

Add to Bookmark List Select the item to add a track or subcategory item to the bookmark list.
Add to Playlist Select the item to add a track or subcategory item to a playlist.
Detailed Song Information Select the item to display the details of the track.
Delete Select the item to delete the selected track, folder, or playlist.
Edit Playlist Name Select the item to change the playlist name.
Delete from Playlist Select the item to remove the selected track from the playlist.

Hint

  • You can drag-and-drop the category icons to change the order.
  • You can also display the pop-up menu by holding down an item in the list.

The contents of the Help Guide may be subject to change without notice due to updates to the product's specifications.