I added a 2 GB SD card to my 1 GB (internal flash) Ilo and was able to download to all of the flash (the original internal 1 GB and the additional 2 GB on the SD card). However, I can not get the ILO to play anything on the 2 GB SD card (it still sees everything on the 1 GB internal flash). Any ideas on how to get the Ilo to play music that is stored on the added SD card?
What, you actually hotwired a flash card into the Ilo? Impressive. Or are you trying to get the Ilo to play music from an SD card, when you have both plugged into the computer?
If you're talking about the first, then I'd say you did a good job at NOT destroying your Ilo. If its the second, then unplug your Ilo, put your headphones into the headphones jack in the computer, and play the music from your computer.
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The manual indicates using memory cards of size 8 to 128 MB, so this is an early SD memory camera, following the original SD standard. Do not try SDHC or SDXC cards. The camera will support a 1 GB card. It *might* support a 2 or 4 GB card, but since this is a 2 Mpixel camera, a 512 MB or 1 GB card will allow you to save thousands of jpeg format pictures.
The original Blackjack will not recognize anything larger than 2gb. Sorry, but you just wasted buying those 4 gb. cards. I found this out the hard way too when I bought my daughter a 4gb card for her Blackjack. I have a BJ2 which will recognize the 4gb cards.
Check the owners manual for limitations on the external memory. Sometimes the MP3 player has a limit on external memory. Lets say 2 GB. Also make sure the lock switch is disengaged. Also try to reformat the player.
Not sure if you have found the solution to your
mp3/SD-card problem, it has been almost a month. Obviously I had the same
problem. That's how I found your question. What I did was re-format both the mp3
and SD, then loaded the SD card first and sofar so good.