Wow, It’s incredible that this MP3 player only supports ID3 tag browsing, and doesn’t properly support id3 tags! At first, I found that it doesn’t support id3v2.4, which has apprently been around for 8 YEARS, only id3v2.3! I’m unhappy about having to convert my tags, it’s an extra step, which I’m not looking forward to doing when I convert all of my 300+ CDs. In my opinion, it’s unacceptable that the sandisk doesn’t support id3 tags properly. It can’t be hard, all of my music software does fine, and my samsung mp3 player works perfectly. This is something that can be fixed with a firmware update.
Despite my unhappyness, there’s not a lot I can do now, so I converted a few albums to id3v2.3 (ISO character encoding) to see how it works. The albums in question were tagged as “Indie” genre, but still come up as “Unknown” genre on the fuze! Has anyone else had this problem? Would anyone out there be able to do an independet check on this issue, and re-tag something to “Indie” and see if the fuze recognises it?