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Old 04-23-2008, 03:54 PM
sweet spot sweet spot is offline
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Default "Build Library" Ridiculous behavior !

If this is how things are to be with the Pilot, the piece of junk is going back to BB tomorrow. Possibly even today. I picked it up, on sale for $130 including tax just yesterday. Put a few folders w/music on it, and things were fine.

Today, as I'm about to go out and shoot some pictures I decided to fill up my SDHC card, which is an Ultra II Sandisk card, and now it's stuck on "build library". I initially thought it was frozen, so I held the power off button, and could swear the song count was over 550, but when it cycled back on, it refused to play nice and now it's at 463. I am just sitting here like an idiot waiting to see if anything is going to happen with it, but it's also now plugged into the pc again, so I can check to see if there are any non supported files I might have thrown in there by accident.

Too bad I can't check though, because it's just hanging like a monkey....

This is one of the most poorly implemented firmware patches I've ever seen. First of all, the user should be able to choose which sorting method is to be default. Either file tree or Id3, rather than be forced to see both and run into all sorts of issues because of it, especially a constant library build issue every time you chuck ONE damned song on it.

Heck, I even just took out the battery and then put it back in. Still doing its thing. This is cheesy. Just shut it down, and took out the SD card. Boots up fine now, but ....bleh. Just went through all the folders, and removed any .ini files and one gif and one .txt file. Let's see what happens. I also took out a folder which was problematic on my Sony 810i phone for some reason, but is mp3. Still not happy with this behavior. Might as well get the D2 for what it's worth now...
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