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Windows Explorer shows the player as a drive but all of the subfolders are administrative, none showing as music files.
It acts like the player is in the incorrect mode, but I see nowhere in Rockbox to change the player out of MSC mode. Am I missing something?
Likewise, in Windows Explorer, when I open the Sansa e270 folder (Drive E) there are numerous subfolders such as .backup, .rockbox, Photo, Record, et. al. but no folder named Music. Likewise also, I can find no music files in any folder. How do I access them from both places?
I did not place a new folder in Rockbox, the music files were already on the player when I loaded Rockbox over them.
Rockbox picks up the files just fine, but they do not show up anywhere else.
Where does Rockbox store the files by default? Does it not have a Music subfolder by default and store the files there?
Is there anyway to retrieve that info in a viewable form?
I know that Rockbox is a music player, but it also has to have a system of storing (or retrieving stored) files. It is called a filing system. (I am a Database Engineer, I understand file systems) What I do not know is what that filing system is in Rockbox.
So, if Rockbox took my existing files and stored them into a database (I can see numerous databases in the index) how do I get Windows to recognize and publish that data? Are your databases Access based?
As a secondary option, if I create a subfolder in the Root Directory called Music (or some such) will Rockbox detect that folder and play any music I add into that folder?
Do I sound funny? I am trying to not have to start over with a few thousand files.
I didn't think about it but I did add the music in MTP format.
I know that Rockbox is a music player, but it also has to have a system of storing (or retrieving stored) files. It is called a filing system. (I am a Database Engineer, I understand file systems)
Are your databases Access based?
And sorry, I did not mean Format, I meant Mode. What are you 15 or something?
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