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How to select next song from a list

I am using sandisk E270 6gb mp3 player.I have installed rockbox 3.2 version in my player. I have one question about how to select the next song while you are listening a list of 50 songs. NEXT button is not working in my player , it only fast forwards the current song.

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if you are holding it down (all you are doing ff or rewind), but if you tap it will skip...plus you can also go to menu settings playback settings and change the skip / backward from seconds, mins and whole track...

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did you extract rockbox...........did you patch it you need this also (DOWNLOAD THIS FROM HERE) http://download.rockbox.org/bootloader/sandisk-sansa/sansapatcher/win32/sansapatcher.exe

once you do this plug device to pc...copy what was extracted and paste to root of the device

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You can find out what version you have by going into Settings -> System and look at the version. If it starts with a 01 then it's a v1, if it starts with an 03 then it's a v2.

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You can use a card up to 8GB if it's a v1 player by installing Rockbox on it. It's a 3rd party firmware for some mp3 players - although you should make sure to read any instructions for installing it, as well as read the manual.

-> Rockbox.org

I will stress this again: make sure you know what you are doing by reading installation instructions and the manual.

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Unfortunately, Sandisk didn't include any options in their firmware to record in any other format.

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