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you check the character code the Ã± has been converted to in the playlist?
#EXTM3U#EXTINFUTF8:243,Hildemaro - seÃƒÂ±ora#EXTINF:243,Hildemaro - seÃ±ora#UTF8:seÃƒÂ±ora.mp3seÃ±ora.mp3
#EXTM3U#EXTINFUTF8:243,Hildemaro - seÃ±ora#EXTINF:243,Hildemaro - seora#UTF8:seÃ±ora.mp3seora.mp3
However, when reading, it only parses the file as UTF-8 if the extension is .m3u8
But rockbox reads and plays the playlist "test.m3u" with "seÃ±ora" on it correctly. It's after rename to m3u8 or after adding songs with this non-english character (and probably others?)where the problems begin to appear.
They only way it would work on rockbox and your computer is to always save the playlists as UTF-8 encoded .m3u8 files
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