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centa 01-23-2012 09:28 AM

Guide: how to create playlists on yp-r0 without emodio (standard firmware)
 
Basically you have to edit the .fav file (r0 default playlist file)with a text editor like window's notepad

with mp3tag and notepad


open mp3tag, go to tools, option, playlist, uncheck "write external info",
create your playlist.
Now plug in the r0, go to playlist, choose a playlist, right click and copy to desktop

now rightclick on the newly created file on the desktop, choose open, choose notepad (uncheck always use this for this type of files) you will find a text like that


SPL PLAYLIST
VERSION 1.00

\Music\folder name\songname.mp3

END PLAYLIST

remove the lines which end in mp3.

Save the file

now open the playlist created with mp3tag, select all, and copy.
open the r0 fav file as described before, paste after the first space below

SPL PLAYLIST
VERSION 1.00

*paste here*

END PLAYLIST


Do not remove the line at the end of the playlist.

be sure that every line begin with /music/ (the default music folder of the r0)




Rename the playlist as you wish copy the newly created playlist back in the r0 in the playlist folder the r0 limits the playlist to 999 files (songs) and it will take around 15 seconds to open a 999 songs paylist (could it be a relation with this thread? http://anythingbutipod.com/forum/showthread.php?t=64866 ).

you can create playlist with your favorite programs like winamp,
i don't know if removing the ext info is essential or not, you can try to simply copy and paste a playlist created with your favorite programs in the fav file and see if work

clickit 01-26-2012 03:11 AM

I confirm that this guide works for \Music folder and doesn't work for folders in external memory

Lorenz092 01-26-2012 09:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by clickit (Post 595893)
I confirm that this guide works for \Music folder and doesn't work for folders in external memory

You *could* try a trick, but I'm not sure it will work ;)

for files being into the sd try something like this:

/mnt/mmc/blabla_folder/blabla.mp3

This is the real path on the player itself...maybe it works! Let me know if you test it, because I won't try that since I don't use playlist (nor the original firmware ^^)

clickit 01-27-2012 12:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lorenz092 (Post 595925)
You *could* try a trick, but I'm not sure it will work ;)

for files being into the sd try something like this:

/mnt/mmc/blabla_folder/blabla.mp3

This is the real path on the player itself...maybe it works! Let me know if you test it, because I won't try that since I don't use playlist (nor the original firmware ^^)

it's not working :(
I'm also using a hacked firmware


Lorenz092 01-27-2012 01:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by clickit (Post 596069)
it's not working :(
I'm also using a hacked firmware

Uhm doesn't matter my modded firmware, it doesn't change the app itself...it's not working since samsung implemented this in a way who knows! :)

YE07039 02-14-2012 06:28 AM

Sorry but the R0 wont let me save the updated .fav file.

centa 02-18-2012 10:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by YE07039 (Post 598870)
Sorry but the R0 wont let me save the updated .fav file.

you have to modify and save the file on your computer, than move to the r0 copy fav file to computer from r0 modify move back to the r0 oh, and change the name of the fav file like abcd.fav


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