Thanks for the reply, Andrew!
It was an unbranded tablet manufactured in China and was given to me as a gift from my best friend! This tablet has all the basic features of most branded tablets, such as a front-facing camera, Mic, HDMI and USB ports, external micro SD card slot, 4GB internal flash memory and finally a WiFi port. However its User Manual is pathetically useless and I had to experiment with this tablet control myself painfully slow.
Now I got most the hang of it but still being stuck at finding a satisfactory Music Player which can either manually, or automatically, find all my MP3 songs stored in an external micro SD card which I created in an PC.I did install v1.0.2 WinAmp myself in the tablet but either it cannot, or I didn't understand HOW to configure it myself, my installed WinAmp still could not find the songs stored in my external SD card even I had tried: installing all my songs in the Root directory or a specific Music folder in my SD card.
However I can manually play any one of these MP3 songs if I browsed through the folder with a File-Browser and opened a specific songs myself. So, Andrew,, may I ask HOW did you configure your Winamp (what version??) to have found your songs, or create your actual Playlist in your external SD card because I couldn't find its "configuration Menu" myself. I had experimented with: Artist, Albums, Songs, Genres, Playlists, Free music, search and Histories in my WinAmp but none of them appeared to be supporting what I wanted.
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