__/ [My Name] on Sunday 01 January 2006 16:35 \__
> Bill Marcum <bmarcum@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:fvea83-me8.ln1@xxxxxxxxxxxx:
>> On 27 Dec 2005 14:39:32 -0800, Steve B.
>> <javapropw@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> How can you see which audio files (MP3 in particular) are on the
>>> storage card? When I go to the "Media" app, I only see pcitures
>>> although the "CardInfo" app does say that I have photo and audio items.
>>> The only way I can get to my MP3 is through RealPlayer or Ringo. In
>>> short, is there some kind of build-in card file browser or I have to
>>> look for a 3rd party app?
> Also, mine came with Realplayer, if you open RP and go to 'songs', it will
> show you your list. I don't know how it determines songs on the 650 or
> storage card, because I don't have any on the 650, only the card.
It tends to merge the two, I suspect. I never had files on both sides, but
at times I had tracks in main memory and on other occasions, everything
was on the card. There are only two paths (directories) that RealPlayer
needs to scan for file listing.
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