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SanDisk m200 series playlists???

by cammbyjr / January 21, 2006 8:16 AM PST

How does one set up and transfer a playlist to their m200 series player? Manual and website don't mention how to do this...

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You can use Windows MP 10
by alpainter / January 25, 2006 12:38 AM PST

Go into windows explorer, and right click on any song. You will then be prompted to do a whole host of things, and in there is an "Add song to Playlist" option. You can create new playlists there, and then WMP will automatically sync with your player every time its connected to your computer.

Give that a shot.

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by extraf / February 17, 2006 11:24 PM PST

is there anyway to set up playlists without using crap WMP?

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by extraf / February 18, 2006 12:34 AM PST
In reply to: WMP

Let me rephrase that... or without using rhapsody, napster, musicmatch or any other garbage. I mean using pre-made .m3u playlists.

guess no real easy way unless they put it in the new firmware -

I called Sandisk tech support and they said the new firmware should be out in a few months, and that i probably know as much about it as they do as to what it will contain. It seems they're trying hard to kowtow to the RIAA, at least it still supports mp3s.

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