As you just purchased the player, return it and get a full-featured Clp+ or Clip Zip. The Clip Sport is a player best for specific and a bit limited purposes.
You actually wasted time posting that as a reply.
You might as well have told me water was wet and rocks are hard.
Then I guess I don’t understand why you’re posting here, apart from simply venting your frustration, bashing SanDisk (which you’ve done in repeated threads), and having a knee-jerk reaction against someone actually offering you a positive suggestion. Seems to me that you would do better not wasting your own time and instead spending your time on returning your player, getting a Clip+ or Zip, and enjoying some music. But to each their own, I guess.
Look, If you choose to be a SanDisk lemming, have at it.
I don’t appreciate being lied to by the company.
A lie by ommission is still a lie.
SanDisk deliberately withheld the limitations of this device from the public.
Heck, they still do.
You have to actually buy one to see how poor a device it actually is.
They still do NOT publicize the 2000 song limit or the 50 Playlist limit as part of the unit specifications.
I don’t dispute your upset and concern.
What I do object to is your continuing insulting of me here, without basis or cause, when all I’ve tried to do is to provide you with helpful info.
But you seem intent on continuing as you are, and continuing on wasting your time. You’re not getting anywhere with it–SanDisk, as people have explained to you repeatedly, already is aware of the issues. But I guess you feel a need to vent here.
Me, I’d simply return the dang device and buy a Clip+ or Clip Zip, which would seem to do all you want. For some odd reason, you keep on fighting over a device that won’t do as you want and that you don’t like, making you more and more miserable, and refusing the easy alternatives. Maybe you’ll sleep on it and decide better.