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    XM Radio Tagging? - Is There A Way To Save Song Name?

    I have Centrafuse 3.1 running on Windows XP with the MP3 Car XM Tuner Interface.

    I wanted to know of there was a way to "tag" songs so that it saves the song information in a text file so I can recheck it later and find out what song was playing at that time. Certain HD Radio HeadUnits do this with iPod's and iPhone's...

    The way I do it now is just take a picture of my screen with my phone But there has to be a better way...

    Thanks In Advance!
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