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How do i get the player to read mp3s from an sd card?

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It won't. However, if they're on a microSD card, then they need to be in a folder named "MUSIC". Videos and photos will need to be in the internal memory, the Sansa will not read them from a card.

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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