so yur saying this penomenon is thoroughly explained here in the forums? please oh please gimme a source? YUR SAYING THIS ISN’T A GLITCH AND THAT THEY DESIGNED IT TO BE THIS WAY???
I’m sorry but I don’t have the time right now to search for all the posts on this issue for you, and as others have posted here. Perhaps you can do your own search on this issue using the search utility above, at the top of this page . . . .
And, yes, as explained above and elsewhere in the forum many times, the player was designed and/or resulted this way, due to the computer chip it uses, which has limitations. Unfortunately, the more robust chip used in earlier Clip players had been discontinued by its manufacturer (which wasn’t SanDisk), and SanDisk needed to adopt a different chip, and this is the chip that was chosen . . . . For whatever it’s worth, at least one other regarded player from another regarded player manufacturer is in a similar pickle, using this same chip and having similar limitations issues.