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Newbie
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Registered: ‎06-12-2009

Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

Hi, I am a fuze 8gb holder, and after upgrading the last firmware to v02.02.26p, I lost my hebrew support.

before upgrading, I fixed the hebrew by this link, but its compatible with an older version.

 

Is there any way how i could bring it back supporting hebrew except downgrading? 

 

thanks,

eden. 

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SanDisk Professor
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Registered: ‎09-28-2008

Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

Just change it in the Language Settings.
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Newbie
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Registered: ‎06-12-2009

Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

the menu supports hebrew, but the songs are written in a not readable language, surely not hebrew.

 

do you have any idea?

 

thanks 

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SanDisk Professor
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Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

Check your tags. Also, it will work if you use Folder Browsing.
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Newbie
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Registered: ‎06-12-2009

Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

Folder Browsing? what is it?
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SanDisk Fanatic
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Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

why would you want hebrew when you can speak english fine?
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SanDisk Guru
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Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?


@NissanSkyline wrote:
why would you want hebrew when you can speak english fine?

The songs probably have Hebrew names.Smiley Wink

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Newbie
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Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

haha.. well I am asking this for someone who cant really speak english fine.. 

 

and well yes, the songs info is written in hebrew so..

 

 

 any ideas?

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SanDisk Professor
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Re: Help| V02.02.26P with hebrew support?

As I've said before, check the Tags and make sure it is the right ISO settings that the Fuze could understand(search the forums for what it should be, I don't remember exactly what). If that doesn't work, use Folder Browsing, which means, at the bottom of the Music Menu there is a option called "Folders", go into that and select your music, it should be readable there, at least that was my experience.

 

Hope this helps.