I had the same problem with my HK AVR 355 and The Bridge II. Yours has entered manual mode by itself?! You think the bridge it did by itself but You did it. I tell you how! I had the same problem but it's not problem but a lack of user's manual. In the automatic mode the searching through albums and artist on the on screen display is very slow. You are pushing and pushing and pushing the "menu" button. That was the problem! Connect your bridge and ipod and turn on the AVR. Switch to The Bridge as input. It will say that you are in manual mode. Push the menu button on the AVR's remote for a few seconds. And it will turn back to automatic mode!!! That's all! The real problem is neither of two manuals (The Bridge and AVR) tell any words about the function of holding down for seconds the menu button. Its function is to switch between manual and automatic mode!
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The mp3 player organizes by ID3 tag information, which is on the individual song. It unfortunately doesn't organize it any other way. Album art is not supported by the MP3 player. You can copy it over but it wont show, probably just see the default keyboard image.
You can edit the ID3 information with a tag editor..the naming has nothing to do with it, most of Coby's MP3 players have no sort order for music outside of what I just explained.
Labeling Unkown Songs: open Windows Media Player and go to libary click on artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... This change in your computers Music folders also then syc with your sansa or media player then load songs to it........
You check your songs from your computer first; Right click on one of songs, select Properties, select Summary tab (check Artist, Album Title, and Title). If they are there, you should update new firmware (search SANDISK FORUM from google). If they are empty, it's right for device display the filename.
I clearly understand your problem.....the best way to sort it would be to create a new music folder...put all album folders separately in this new folder....rename songs in the respective albums folder and then sync this folder to your player....try with a couple of songs first...if it works you can change your entire library as mentioned above....a difficult job...but helps manage your music better..:)
open windows media player and goto libary click on album artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... then syc with your sansa then load songs to it........
Open Windows Media Player 11
Right click on one of the songs that is showing up as unknown artist.
Select "Advanced Tag Editor"
Manually enter the artist information, etc.
To save time, you could also right click the song and select "Find Album" info - it won't find every album, but it will find most of them.
The real bear is that once you have edited the information in Windows Media Player, you have to delete the affected song off of your mp3 player and THEN reload the newly-edited song - or else your changes won't register on the mp3 player itself.
go through your itunes and select her songs... next to title and album
and time on itunes you should see artist, if its not there right click
on the title bar and select artist, if it is there select all songs
right click and edit info, then just retype MIA in artist...
it was either not there or not reading correctly
or this: http://www.cnet.com/4520-7899_1-6477981-1.html