I think you should use one software to solve the prouble,
you may find what you want.
I have a small 1GB JXD player that connects via USB to my WinXP pc. The pc recognizes it as a removable drive, just like a flash drive, etc.
To copy files to the player I have to select them in Windows Explorer and drag them to the drive. Every time I want to change the contents of the player I have to select the files and folders individually. This is very time consuming.
Is there some way to save groups of files so I can change the contents of the player without having to go through this process every time?
For example, in my CD burning software I can create and save CD "Projects". I can put all my favorite jazz songs in a project and everytime I want to create a cd of those songs, I just open the cd project file and there are all the songs already selected. In fact, if I could just choose the player instead of the cd burner as the destination, this would be perfect.
Any advice on how I can employ a similar approach for the MP3 player would be appreciated! I'm not looking to save "Play lists" per se, but just a list of files to copy to the device.