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    mp3's to desktop

    I hope this doesnt's seem lie a stupid question but

    I didn't save my playlist on my desktop and want to transfer my mp3's frpm my 7135 to my desktop to hear on my computer at work. Any advise?

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    I'll presume that you are discussing the built in MP3 player, although the concept is the same for dealing with Bebopper.

    The quick and dirty solution is to use a card reader (like a JumpDrive) to copy the files from your SD card to your PC. Then rename the files to remove the .PDB extension, and you are in business!

    -PatP

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    Thanks Pat and if I don't have a card reader????

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    The first option would be to beg, borrow, or steal a card reader! At around $20 and slightly larger than a package of chewing gum, they aren't normally major problems to buy or carry.

    A second option would be to use SnapperMail to email the MP3 files to yourself. Beware: this is literally hundreds of times slower than using a card reader. Sending a 256 Mb card worth of music would take hours!

    There are other choices, but they get steadily worse very quickly!

    -PatP

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    Time to get a card reader, much appreciated

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    The card reader is the way to go! It's much faster and easier to transfer ANYTHING to the card; no more overnight hotsyncing to get your music or movie files to the card.

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    Thanks, just orered my card reader

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    Is there a way to improve on the I/O channel or bus of the 7135? I am a non technical type so forgive me if I am doing a poor job of wording my question.

    When I open and close programs that reside on the SD card, the response time is very slow. Can this be improved?
    Playmaker -- nuff said...

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