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Old 01-31-2007, 08:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there anyway you can scroll through the songs on your microsd card while you have a song playing?
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Is there anyway you can scroll through the songs on your microsd card while you have a song playing?
The only way I've found to do that is to first select play all or play folder, then select show playlist. From there you can scroll and choose a new song. Not the most intuitive, but it does work.

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I tried that but it won't let me scroll when I bring up the playlist. Do you use the trackball or keys to scroll through songs?
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Is there anyway you can scroll through the songs on your microsd card while you have a song playing?
interested in this as well. seems like you should be able to add songs to a que (playlist) all at once before playing anything, or while a song is playing.
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I tried that but it won't let me scroll when I bring up the playlist. Do you use the trackball or keys to scroll through songs?
I use the trackball. It's not the quickest response.

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I use the trackball. It's not the quickest response.

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Mine doesn't work at all. I can hear the clicking like it is moving but even if I wait a minute nothing happens.
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Got it to work. Not a bad app.
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The sad part is you cannot create a playlist. I usually goto Menu and select Play All or Play Folder. Once the music starts, press Menu and select Show Playlist, then if you scroll up it will let you scroll through the songs.

I'm waiting for the MP3 player from Mesh.. can't wait.
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Is there any way to hit a key to go through the list. For instance, if I hit the G key it takes me to artists starting with G. With 2 gigs of music it is annoying to scroll from the A to T to find a new artist etc.

Also, can I make the default view "show playlist" instead of "show track info"
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