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Music in Micro SD

I am not able to index my music in the Micro SD by folders (Albums), plase help!!!

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  • Mario50 Mar 26, 2009

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Go to Settings > USB mode ..Select MSC
You get TWO vert.Drives in your brouwser on PC
The one with WMPInfo.xml on it ...
Create your maps there .. and check MP3 tag for artist etc..
It will merge in your database after ... disconnect ..

Posted on May 23, 2008

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