My mom has a Creative Zen Touch. I’ve got a 2 GB white iPod nano. I burn data CDs songs and podcasts in mp3, my cars head unit supports mp3 so I have no need for anything else. It uses SD cards, and given the Ubuntu’s somewhat lack of support with SD cards it’s not perfectly compatible. It sounds great, and the battery lasts much longer than my old iPod – maybe twice as long or more. To get it working in Ubuntu, I had to install Gnomad2 using Synaptic, and for some wierd reason it doesn’t work unless I run it as root I created a desktop shortcut with the command, “gksudo gnomad2”.
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I have a 30GB iPod Video. You can listen to your music for 24 hours on 1 battery load. I also have a Packard-Bell no-frills mp3 player. It also has an fm radio receiver built in and you can use normal AA batteries, they last hours. Results 1 to 15 of Refine more Format Format.
He died in the emegency room. It works great under 5. RCA Lyra mini or something like that. Then transferring and manipulating mp3s on the zen is easy with gnomad2.
Show only see all Show only. They seem quite good. Push the button, the top pops open, ml364nd1 put the coaster-looking thingy inside until it clicks, then press play. I’ve been here over eight years and never seen this thing. Does it have OGG mp364nf1 I really advice it.
Overall, I would not recommend this player to anyone, especially if they use linux. Play ogg files using ptunes for Palm OS. To the best of my knowledge, Ipods don’t support ogg vorbis without podzilla. Item location see all Item location. Works great, and can be used as a thumb drive.
Still cant figure how to use it with ubuntu, alva for now, I have to use my Macbook. Originally Posted by abillybob. Turned it on, plugged it in. There are many people that say the batteries can be replaced in the cube – I haven’t tried it.
I could probbaly get it to work with a mass storage connection. Is a Sony and have quickly realized what a poor choice albx made. I did nothing to get it working.
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I copied a jpg and bmp to the device, but when mp364nd11 to view all that showed was a note “Please use Sansa Media Converter to convert this photo file. It worked great, but synching was much slower than using iTunes in Windows or Mac.
Not sure if mp364ndd1 works with Ubuntu, haven’t tried yet. So will have to see if someone doesn’t create a Linux-friendly tool for this. The cube has flac support though quite by accident The Sandisk people give you precreated folders into which you can drag your various types of media video. I dont like sony.