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Sansa E250 Folder Problem

A lot of my mp3s are stored in compliation folders on my PC. When I download the folder to my e250, it sorts the music by artist, album etc but not by folder. Now I can't play my songs in the order I want. Is there a way to sort this out short of having to create a different playlist for every folder.

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  • Rumcajs Dec 29, 2007

    e270 unable to play music by folder - VERY BAD!

  • Anonymous Jan 24, 2008

    I have the same problem.

    It would be so easy for them to do a firmware update to include "Play By Folder".

    Sadly, companies that make MP3 players have never realized that many people like to do that. Pretty stupid.

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Must create playlist - so sorry

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