__/ [Toby Newman] on Monday 19 December 2005 22:24 \__
> On 2005-12-19, John G. Shaw <jshaw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Vegasfan wrote:
>>> I have a Palm TX and I loaded a few mp3 files onto my sd card in the
>>> Audio folder and the Pocket Tunes program won't find them. I have even
>>> hot/sync'd some files and they don't show up either. Also, how do you
>>> get rid of those 2 terrible music samples that are already loaded?
>> That's where they go, but I found that some mp3 files would not play. I
>> don't know exactly why, but I had nothing but trouble using Windows
>> Media player. It would seldom connect to the TX, and music converted to
>> mp3 would (sometimes) not be recognized.
>> Try using Apple's iTunes program to convert to mp3, and drop them into
>> the Palm Quick Install application to download them to the TX. That
>> always works.
>> Use FileZ (free program,
>> to delete stuff.
> I find TCPMP plays much more than PocketTunes, and is free too.
Real Player, which many people still use, has its MP3 files put under /Audio
in the SD Card. I am not too sure about the equivalent location in physical
RAM, but I imagine there is no directory structure there (i.e. it's flat).
Have a tool like FileZ in reach, just in case you want to manage collections
For the record, the latest version of pilot-link supports file transfers to
pilot-xfer -p /dev/pilot -i *.mp3 -D /Audio
would do the trick.
Hope it helps,
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