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  1. #1
    Larry
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    jack flash <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > Is there a program that can be used to create playlist other

    then
    > creating them on the KRZR?
    >


    Sure. I use winamp....www.winamp.com

    Plug in the KRZR to the computer and open its memory with Windows
    Explorer. Drag the songs you want into the Winamp playlist so
    they'll agree with what's on the phone. Then click MANAGE
    PLAYLIST and SAVE PLAYLIST, telling Winamp to save the playlist
    to the phone memory so the phone can find it. Motorola doesn't
    seem to care where you save it, it finds it.

    Of course, if you have a removable memory card, just take it out
    of the phone and plug it into a microSD adapter and the adapter
    into the computer. I save all my music in genre directories off
    the card's root directory so I can dump whole genres when I get
    bored listening to them, without screwing around with the phone's
    stupidly deep directory tree. That way you can add hole new
    directories you've already prepared on the hard drive to the
    memory card without waiting for the slow memory card burning to
    happen. Move the whole directory to the memory card off the hard
    drive while you go do something else. Burning memory is
    painfully slow.

    DON'T forget to use the SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE utility down in
    the tray to DISMOUNT the memory card BEFORE just jerking it away
    from the computer, which will trash the last files stupid Windoze
    hasn't written to the card, yet. SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE forces
    Windoze to write what it's holding to the card so the card can be
    dismounted from the storage tree.

    Do try not to attempt writing 4GB of music to a 2GB card. LEAVE
    some blank space on the card for the camera, too! I leave a
    couple of hundred megabytes so the camera has a place to store my
    pictures of the massive accident...(c;

    PS - WindozeXP is burning new songs to my ROKR Z6M 2GB card as I
    type this...(c; Playback is through the MotoROKR S9 Bluetooth
    stereo headset, the finest headset I'm not embarrassed to wear in
    public. (They always look at you funny when you wear the massive
    Sennheisers into a restaurant with that dreamy look on your
    face...(c I highly recommend the S9 if your phones are capable
    of BT stereo. The sound is LOUD and beautiful.... Radio Shack
    had them on sale last week for $79 right in the stores! You even
    get an extra USB power supply that also works with the USB-
    charged phones!

    Larry
    --
    Merry Christmas!
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Qi_NhFS4xEE



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  2. #2
    jack flash
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    Re: KRZR Music Playlist

    I have playliss created in Winamp, but the Media Player says they are
    empty.

    > jack flash <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> Is there a program that can be used to create playlist other

    > then
    >> creating them on the KRZR?
    >>

    >
    > Sure. I use winamp....www.winamp.com
    >
    > Plug in the KRZR to the computer and open its memory with Windows
    > Explorer. Drag the songs you want into the Winamp playlist so
    > they'll agree with what's on the phone. Then click MANAGE
    > PLAYLIST and SAVE PLAYLIST, telling Winamp to save the playlist
    > to the phone memory so the phone can find it. Motorola doesn't
    > seem to care where you save it, it finds it.
    >
    > Of course, if you have a removable memory card, just take it out
    > of the phone and plug it into a microSD adapter and the adapter
    > into the computer. I save all my music in genre directories off
    > the card's root directory so I can dump whole genres when I get
    > bored listening to them, without screwing around with the phone's
    > stupidly deep directory tree. That way you can add hole new
    > directories you've already prepared on the hard drive to the
    > memory card without waiting for the slow memory card burning to
    > happen. Move the whole directory to the memory card off the hard
    > drive while you go do something else. Burning memory is
    > painfully slow.
    >
    > DON'T forget to use the SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE utility down in
    > the tray to DISMOUNT the memory card BEFORE just jerking it away
    > from the computer, which will trash the last files stupid Windoze
    > hasn't written to the card, yet. SAFELY REMOVE HARDWARE forces
    > Windoze to write what it's holding to the card so the card can be
    > dismounted from the storage tree.
    >
    > Do try not to attempt writing 4GB of music to a 2GB card. LEAVE
    > some blank space on the card for the camera, too! I leave a
    > couple of hundred megabytes so the camera has a place to store my
    > pictures of the massive accident...(c;
    >
    > PS - WindozeXP is burning new songs to my ROKR Z6M 2GB card as I
    > type this...(c; Playback is through the MotoROKR S9 Bluetooth
    > stereo headset, the finest headset I'm not embarrassed to wear in
    > public. (They always look at you funny when you wear the massive
    > Sennheisers into a restaurant with that dreamy look on your
    > face...(c I highly recommend the S9 if your phones are capable
    > of BT stereo. The sound is LOUD and beautiful.... Radio Shack
    > had them on sale last week for $79 right in the stores! You even
    > get an extra USB power supply that also works with the USB-
    > charged phones!
    >
    > Larry





  3. #3
    Larry
    Guest

    Re: KRZR Music Playlist

    jack flash <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]
    198.186.190.224:

    > I have playliss created in Winamp, but the Media Player says they

    are
    > empty.
    >
    >


    Hmm....Look through the directory tree on the memory card and see
    if there's something marked playlist. The phone might not be
    looking everywhere for playlists. I seem to remember seeing a
    playlist subdirectory on my memory card out of the ROKR.



    Larry
    --
    Merry Christmas!
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Qi_NhFS4xEE



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