Question about Rio Forge Sport Digital Media Player
I've got a Forge Sport 256 with a 1G SD card inside and Developer's Cut on board. I listen to Bible studies which I load from either CDs or MP3s. My problem is that the studies don't load up in the chronological order, as it were, even if I try to load them one by one, which is pretty tedious. Is there a way to load them into the Forge in the same order that they are stored on the discs?
AFAIK, the rio ignores chronological order.
It looks at track number.
Get a bunch of your studies and make sure they have the same album and artist info.
Then put adjust or add track numbers for each study in the order you would like to listen to them.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Yow! I can't believe it. It's been six weeks and nobody knows how to get tracks to load in numerical order! Is it that the answer is so simple that no one wants to share it or is it so technical that no one knows how?
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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