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File Names on the Samsung Galaxy PlayerSupport


  1. SadDelinquent

    SadDelinquent New Member

    So I have an extremely old 4th Gen iPod with a click wheel and I'm sick of it. I don't want to spend $300 on a new one that has memory you can't expand. So I've been thinking about the Samsung Galaxy Player. But I have one problem before I buy it.

    When I sync my songs from iTunes, the songs look like this:
    i1284(.)photobucket(.)com/albums/a578/Kirito-sama/Untitled-1.png

    The name as it would show up on my iPod would be "Sword Art Online - Magic Castle, Book of Truth" with the Artist being Luna Haruna and the Album "Overfly". Just like it is in iTunes.


    However, when I put it on other devices (i.e. PS Vita, 3DS, Cell Phone) which have MicroSD/Memory Sticks, some songs would have their original file names instead of the titles I gave it in iTunes. For example:
    i1284(.)photobucket(.)com/albums/a578/Kirito-sama/Untitled.png

    So instead of "Sword Art Online - Magic Castle, Book of Truth", it would be "03. 魔法の城、真実の書物。" or "03. □□□□□□□□□□□". Sometimes the Artist, Album Artwork and Albums are completely wrong or just missing.

    Does the Galaxy Player have some sort of iTunes sync or will I have to manually adjust all of my 2000 something songs?

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  2. ScandaLeX

    ScandaLeX Wasn't Me Guide

    When I transfered my music from iTunes, I just plugged my player into my laptop; drag/drop to my mSD card.

    It would help to know if you're on a windows pc or mac?
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