Someone on over form the Anything but iPod Sansa forums recommended I come here for some help. First some background info.
For the last few years, I have owned a very old iPod(the one without color) and recently, a friend of mine gave me his 4GB Fuze. I’d figured I will keep this player since I like the easy navigation, features, extra memory slot and the fact that it was free.
The problem is that my PC crapped out on me and I only have my MacBook. My buddy told me that the player is a DnD and that it should work on my Mac. All I would have to do is put it on MSC mode. I did that but when I hook up the player to the Mac, the folders are empty. I know for a fact there are 155 songs in the thing. I would like to get rid of some of the songs though and possibly keep some of them.
But anyway, I have a v1 firmware Fuze and would like to get some feedback on it. The same user told me I should stick with v1 and not update nothing yet unless someone suggests I put in the Rockbox firmware. I have no clue about Rockbox but he did say it is a great update.
Another problem I have is that all of the songs I have are under iTunes. Is there a way I can grab these songs and just stick them in the Fuze? Or will I have to do everything again from scratch?
What about playlists? What would be a good program to use for creating them and also adding all the necessary info and album arts to each song?
If there is anything else you guys woul dlike to suggest I’m all for everything. But please keep in mind that I am working on a Mac.
Thank you for reading. Cheers!