11-20-2008 10:52 PM
Im a bit unclear as to whether the sansafuze has bookamarks or not...I am considering purchasing a Sansa fuze, however I wanted to know if you there are Bookmarks, or a way to resume to the middle of a previous song, after listening to several other songs...
12-11-2008 07:49 AM
I don't know if you ever got an answer. The Fuze does NOT have bookmarks (except with video, I've heard, although I haven't tried it). It has a "resume" feature which is more a workaround to the lack of bookmarks than a true bookmarking feature. To implement this workaround, you either have to put your book (or music) into a folder under the Audiobooks folder on the Fuze, or you have to change your genre tag on your book or music to Audiobook before syncing to the Fuze (This latter fix only works if the book or music is not copyright protected to the extent that it disallows you changing genre tags). If you do one of these things, the Fuze will automatically store your last position in the file, but it won't give you the option of either storing or not storing a bookmark in the file.
But the answer is no. The Fuze in its current implementation doesn't support bookmarking
12-11-2008 03:10 PM - edited 12-11-2008 03:11 PM
I don't know if the idea is to keep the first post in this thread updated, seeing as it is stickied, but if so the 'latest firmware' needs updating with the current two firmwares available.
Message Edited by pelago on 12-11-2008 11:11 PM
12-18-2008 01:28 PM
And there's POO in the middle!
12-19-2008 07:57 AM
Why? Are we that insecure?
iPod. I haz one.
12-21-2008 05:56 PM
Ipods are better anyway. I go with Fuze still though. There are more varieties and colors and more accessories. Also, the Ipod has better screen resolution and sound quality and features like games and cover flow. There “wheel” is touch as well, not an actual wheel. It also feels less cheap, has a bigger screen, and is slimmer. The Fuze has FM radio (not many people actually listen to the radio or choose to buy the Fuze because of it) and supports microSD. I went with the Fuze since it’s cheaper and I don’t need a lot of space and I don’t intend to watch videos on it anyway.
4 GB Red Fuze, Black Silicon Case, Red JVC Marshmallow Headphones. A 1 GB m240 as well, those were the days.