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Accessing the Micro-SD content

How can I access the data on the Micro-SD card? thanks jason.

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  • SleepyJay Oct 03, 2007

    Not quite what I was looking for.

    Let me explain:

    There is an expansion port for Micro-SD cards on the player. I can easily access the card through the USB connection through the player (it acts like any USB thumb drive in this way). I also have a USB Micro-SD card reader. So, getting, say, music files onto the card is no problem.

    However, when I try to access those files on the card inside of the player itself, it doesn't seem to read the data on the card.

    I know that my phone also can play music from Micro-SD cards, and in that case, I have to put all of the files in a special folder. I can't tell what folder name, if any, will allow my M-Cody to read the music on the cards.

    Make sense?

    FYI, I bought this in South Korea, so most of the important documentation is written in Korean. I also have the manual in PDF form that may or may not be written in English. For some reason, there is no text written on any of the PDF pages.

    Thoughts?

    thanks
    jason.

  • SleepyJay Oct 04, 2007

    When I try to access those files on the card inside of the player itself, it doesn't seem to read the data on the card.

  • SleepyJay Oct 05, 2007

    This is closer, but still not it. It will be nice to have this manual.

    But I have the 700M, and they only have the manual for the 700. Believe it or not, but the only difference I can see is the Micro-SD slot on the bottom. Thus the manual for the 700 does NOT speak of it, which is my whole problem.

    Sigh. I'm getting worried that I'm running out of options!

    Anyone speak Korean?

    thanks
    jason.

  • SleepyJay Oct 08, 2007

    The manual for the 700 does not have any information about the 700M's feature: the MicroSD card.

    Still looking for a solution!

    thanks
    jason.

  • SleepyJay Oct 09, 2007

    This was a good try, too. The SD card was formatted as plain ol' FAT. I reformatted it as FAT 32, JIC, but still nothing.

    To be honest, I'm not even sure if it's going to show up in "Internal" or "External" and/or if the folders I put on the card are going to show up in the menu, either.

    This is such a cool player, I just which I could get the extra 2GB out of it!!!

    thanks
    jason.

  • SleepyJay Oct 09, 2007

    Wait, this is a little closer...I happen to be able to read Czechoslovakian-or-however-you-spell-it ... no, just kidding...

    But, it says "EXTERNAL: obsah karty Micro SD", which I can only guess means something like "EXTERNAL: access the files from Micro SD".

    So, we're closer. I just can't seem to access any of the content that way. I'll keep pressing buttons and we'll see.

    BTW: do you have any idea why I wouldn't be able to read the pdf supplied on the disk in Adobe? I mean, perhaps it's all in Korean, but maybe it's not. I can't see any character data. I've uploaded it to this web folder: http://www.d20green.com/stuff/

    Thanks
    jason.

  • SleepyJay Oct 10, 2007

    I figured it out everybody... but I'm not happy with the solution.

    So, I think there is a 500 file name limit enforced somehow in the player. I've seen messages pop up about it before, but it didn't occur to me until now that maybe that's the problem.

    All of the music I put on the internal (over 500 files) was showing up fine, and everything that I wanted to do with the player was working just the way I wanted. Except the SD card part.

    So, I just reduced the number of internal files down to fewer than 500. Now I'm going to test if I can put more than 500 TOTAL (between the internal and SD)...

    ... I need to do more tests, but I discovered that putting more than 500 on the SD card makes some of my files disappear. So, either it counts 500 total or 500 on each type of media (internal and external). That kind of stinks. I wonder if there is a firmware fix for that...?

    Anyway, I've pretty much solved my problem on my own.

    Maybe my premium payment can pay for that bucket of ice for SparkGap.

    jason.

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The file extensions might be written in another language which you wont be able to access unless you are going to make the xtra effort to change the way xp looks for english extensions 

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You can get an English manual and firmware update here:- http://www.itkorea.com.vn/support/ Regards

Posted on Oct 04, 2007

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    Martin B Oct 09, 2007

    A shot in the dark.

    Is it possible that the SD card has not been formatted correctly?

    Could it be that when the player is being used like a thumb drive it doen't matter about the format but when stand alone it does?

    Check that the card is formatted as FAT32 and not NTFS

  • Martin B
    Martin B Oct 09, 2007

    This is bugging me, but probably not as much as it is you,

    Look at
    http://www.mcody.cz/dnld/mx700mcz.pdf

    It mostly Czechoslovakian or however you spell it but there are english titles and there does in one bit show folders in a browser or navigator from the root.

    I trust your doubt about the model differences but surely its the same as the non-m but the memory is just removable (and bigger).

  • Martin B
    Martin B Oct 09, 2007

    Arrgh the english non-m manual is the same regarding the folders. I'm off to stick my head in a bucket of ice.

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    Martin B Oct 19, 2007

    Jason,



    Could you give one of us the pocket money if you have finished with us?



    Cheers

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Assuming you want to access through the player, you may be able to switch storage devices in the settings, connect the unit to a pc via usb and search in my computer in the folder on your player or remove and place in a card reader connected to a pc.

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