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centa 12-26-2011 03:39 AM

about r0 id3 tag
 
Just a question about the id3 tags.
I have this player for long time, but now i need to modify a big number of id3 tags of mp3 stored in the main memory. I would like to know if it is safer to copy the mp3s on a computer and than modify the tags and copy it again on the payer, or if i can change the tags of the mp3 stotred in the main memory directly (with mp3tag) . i am asking because i have read about the problems with the database and i am scared to brick the device. of course i have installed the modify firmware, but i would like to avoid using the restore function if possible

Lorenz092 12-26-2011 01:10 PM

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Originally Posted by centa (Post 590673)
Just a question about the id3 tags.
I have this player for long time, but now i need to modify a big number of id3 tags of mp3 stored in the main memory. I would like to know if it is safer to copy the mp3s on a computer and than modify the tags and copy it again on the payer, or if i can change the tags of the mp3 stotred in the main memory directly (with mp3tag) . i am asking because i have read about the problems with the database and i am scared to brick the device. of course i have installed the modify firmware, but i would like to avoid using the restore function if possible

Don't be scared of anything, as long as you have my modded firmware you won't brick anything ;)
...And rescue "tools" are completely safe. I've done many and many of other even worse things ;)

trip^ 02-01-2012 10:14 PM

centa... always modify id3tags (or any kind of file for that matter) on your computer.
not on any portable device.
make sure you have a backup of those files before!
thouroughly check if the process worked!
dont use itunes!
(i recommend tag&rename for windows)

dont use itunes!

and really do not!


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