04-03-2020 10:47 AM
I wrote a playlist (attached) file with Notepad , and using the instructions found here:
and Option 2: Manually creating M3U Playlist
I placed the playlist inside the "music" folder
I copied the mp3 file to "music" folder as well
I disconnected the player
The player rebooted
Using the player I went into the Music folder, then to the Playlist folder and my m3U file was listed. I selected it but it said the list was empty.
The playlist file contained three lines: #EXTM3U, the path/name of the file and one extra blank line, lost in the insert code function of this post
I tested the MP3 file and it does play
At a loss to know what to do
Thanks and wait to hear
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04-03-2020 06:05 PM - edited 04-03-2020 06:06 PM
Maybe take a look at the instructions and all the helpful replies in this recent discussion in the SanDisk Forum.
In your example, maybe try this replacement text:
04-06-2020 04:53 PM - edited 04-06-2020 04:56 PM
Oh Wow. I am not a SanDisk employee. Just an average SanDisk user hoping to help other SanDisk users with problems with their devices.
The response I gave you above cited my two personal favorite solutions to composing playlists for SanDisk players.
1. Try using the shareware software mp3tag to save m3u playlists directly to the player.
2. Try using the batchfile method to create m3u playlists for a collection of subfolders directly on the player.
The most typical reasons these two suggestions will be challenging is if you are using a Mac computer to manage your player.
(It is really challenging to use a Mac text editor to compose a m3u text file due to incompatible line endings.)