Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
Maybe this is the wrong place to ask this
but i got the phillips sa3346/37 4gb mp3 player for Christmas
and I love how beautiful it loooks and the music/video/pictures and even radio capability
but there's one thing that's making me almost want to kill myself because its driving me nuts
I want all of my Cd's tracks to Be displayed in album order like I'm used to when i hear the CD over and over, but its somehow organized alphabetically!!! and i cant find any help anywhere... I even called up the consumer electronics help support and i thought they helped but then it didn't make a difference
I think its set up in the device to be set up for tracks alphabetically
one thing does keep annoying me, int he manual on the computer it has boxes in blue for example
albums>alphabetically listed albums>tracks listed in album order....
and the last thing after the arrow is what I want and when I click the arrow on the right it just goes to the next song..
if anyone at all can help me with this painstaking problem I will love you forever and worship at your every breath lol OK maybe not but I will be verrrrrrry happy
bye now nate
I have the same problem as relover89 - All tracks are listed in alphabetical order, not album track order. Owner's manual indicates that tracks should be listed in album order. I have spent time re-ripping CD's to see if my rip software was the problem, but it does not seem to have any effect - When viewing any of the albums, the track information is properly stored and shows in track order on my laptop and other MP3 devices.
Try renaming the tracks on your PC with a two digit track number at the beginning of the title, e.g 01 - Track name.
Re-load the tracks on to your player and use the album list to play them.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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