Is there a feature that allows music to play randomly and it wont allow me to hook up my mp3 through usb
First and foremost is there a random feature for this product like on the ipod. Second i have a in dash dvd/mpe/mp4 player in my car and all i do is insert the usb
connected to the ipod in to the usb stereo outlet and i am allowed to
play my music. But with the samsung i insert the connected usb and it
does not play anything? Why is that? Shouldnt it be compatible like the
ipod? Please help me out
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Try going in to your player and creating a playlist.Go into your player through " My computer". When it brings up your main folders, right click on the music folder and click create playlist. All the songs you have will be bunched into one playlist.
Then while your player is paused, hit mode, scroll to the playlist you created and then set it to random play from there. Should work.
You can set the timer under Auto Power Off and Sleep settings to turn off the Sansa
player automatically when it is playing for a certain time.
1. Press Menu button to return to the Main Menu.
2. Move to Power and select it.
3. Select Auto Power Off or Sleep.
If your Matsui is working suggest you leave well alone -- I've been looking for utilities (new firmware, reflash utility and firmware extractor) and it's all very confusing.
Apart from the ghastly menu system the only problem I've had with mine £8 ($16 used from a flea market) is that Win XP's data write-behind feature means that XP merrily suggests that file transfers are complete when the player is still digesting the files. If you interrupt this by mistake XP stops responding or complains that data has been lost.