11-15-2016 04:14 PM
I have just purchased the Clip Sport without realising these two important features were absent. They were present in my old Clip Zip so I assumed they would be in the Sport as well. This is an absolute deal-breaker for me. My most common use of the player is to punch in 5 or 6 albums into the playlist as I’m walking to my rig for the journey ahead. I cannot believe that I am expected to go through a list of 80 to 100 songs and select them one by one. I’ll be hunting down a second hand Zip or some alternate player if this can’t be sorted.
11-15-2016 05:06 PM - edited 11-15-2016 05:07 PM
We all agree that the GoList feature would be better if there were more options like the (add Album) idea you suggested.
After using my Clip Sport for more than 1 year, I find that it is easy to construct new or modified Playlists at the time I add (and delete) audio albums on my player. The easiest software I have found for making playlists is Mp3tag.
11-19-2016 04:57 AM
basically you need to outsource that feature as this cheap ass player is not even up to this basic function
12-11-2016 08:24 PM
I must be getting a little old cause I am not finding the root directory. I'm using the windows 10 file directory. If someone could give me the heads up, I'd appreciate it.
12-12-2016 07:21 AM - edited 12-12-2016 07:22 AM
Here is a screen capture of the root directory (Drive E) of my Clip Sport.
I use Win 10 "File Explorer" to view and manage files on my Clip Sport and the micro SD card (Drive F).
12-18-2016 03:46 PM
I wonder if some people are looking for a folder with the name 'Root".
I remember when computer instructions said press any key. People called support to say there is no key on their keyboard marked ANY.