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Sanza. Audio book chapters load in crazy order

Use media player overdrive from my library to transfer audio books. The chapters load in a crazy order.

Also, if I stop listening in the middle of a chapter then the fast forward button is very slow in getting me to where I left off.

Is there a way to load chapters in the proper order and/or reorganize order once loaded?

Is there a way to resume play where it leaves off rather than going back to the beginning of the chapter.

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Hi katie.
before you load your audio books onto you device try renaming each chapter to get them in order. your device should order them like your hard drive will


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