EnhancementsMusic content browsing by folderMenu looping feature addedAudiobook sort order improvementLow battery state early warning message addedContent library handling improvementBugs FixedDevice didn't resume correctly for slotRadio card and audiobook playbackSome microSD cards were not recognized Certain FLAC and OGG files could not playKnown IssuesPlaylist doesn’t resume correctlyAfter firmware downgrade/upgrade, contents from internal memory is showing under card or contents under card are no longer showing up (Work around: remove and reinsert card)
I got a Fuze+ yesterday. So far I've spent several very frustrating hours reading the operations manual, trying to match its behavior to the instructions, and just playing with the controls to see if I can make any better sense that way. I'm thinking it must be seriously malfunctioning but I'm not so sure it even contains the concept of reasonable function. I would like to know a few things about what is possible with it and then ask a few questions about the actual behavior of my device.My main interest is audiobooks. It has an audiobook folder in its default structure (as viewed with Windows Explorer) and a Books section on its Main Menu screen level. I read that the Genre in the tags must be "audiobook" or the files will be stuck into "Music," regardless of where they are loaded in its file/folder structure, so I added that to all the tags.Each book is loaded (i.e. copied to via Windows Explorer), in its own folder, into the device's Audiobook folder. Each file in every book is sequenced by its File Name (i.e. roll over 01, roll over 02, roll over 03 ...), by its Title tag (generally identical to the file name) and by its Track Number tag. All the files for a book have the same Album tag and Artists tag values.I, and other family members, have used this scheme for several years, with several different players, without a hitch. I bought a Fuze (ne+) for the 5 year old girl and she has been using it with great pleasure for three years now (books only). For my trial run on the Fuze+, I loaded a number of books with from 29 to 495 tracks per book.I'm not really sure if the device actually recognizes all that I've loaded.