1. kxs783kms#WP's Avatar
    When I insert my sdhc card and try to play music from it, it only allows me to have one album at a time. I would like to have it where I could flip through all of my music from my sd card, instead of putting all of my music on my device memory. Is this possible? If so, what's the fix for it? Thanks.
    09-18-2009 08:55 AM
  2. Tim Ferrill's Avatar
    What Music Player are you using?
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    09-18-2009 08:23 PM
  3. kxs783kms#WP's Avatar
    The default player that comes loaded on the phone. I guess you will call it the htc shell music player.
    09-18-2009 09:33 PM
  4. Dave Blake's Avatar
    Put all the albums in one file on the sd card and call it Music. Soft reset and check again all your music should show in the HTC player. Hope that helps.
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    09-19-2009 06:55 AM
  5. vblok0910#WP's Avatar
    I'm really new to winmobile I'm coming off a blackberry.I am having trouble with my mp3 player on my verizon touch pro 2 as well. Mine takes for ever to load the music and flicking through album covers is a hassle. I'm using the touch flo media player even if i use the windows media player its still pretty slow. I'm wondering if its because im using itunes . Everytime touch flo loads the media if i press pause and click out of the media player and then go back to it later it does the sames thing. Can anyone help me with this issue?
    09-24-2009 07:57 PM
  6. ejonny's Avatar
    I really recommend you check out Kinoma. It is constantly getting updated and not only is it a great media player, but it also does twitter, facebook, and yelp. It's expensive, but I really do think it's worth it. I think there is a trial period for it. You can learn more about it here. Or watch the WMExperts review here. Be warned the WMExperts review is pretty old and a lot of the complaints have been fixed.
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    09-24-2009 08:15 PM
  7. kxs783kms#WP's Avatar
    Yeah vblok...what eJonny mentioned would probably be best for you if you're heavy into media. I, myself, don't use my music player that often, so I decided not to shell out the bucks and just stay with the default player. One thing I think I can help you out with though when you're using the music player in TF3D, is to not place your finger directly on the album when you're flicking through.(*This will cause you to accidently launch songs all the time.*) To avoid this, slide your finger slightly to right and flick in the open area. This will allow you to scroll through your albums easier, without starting any songs up. (*Also works like a charm when scrolling through...emails,contact favorites,etc. Hope this help. Sorry I don't have an answer for the other problems you're having with your media player, but if you continue to search the forums, I'm pretty sure you'll come across a solution for your problem.
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    09-24-2009 11:09 PM
  8. vblok0910#WP's Avatar
    Yeah vblok...what eJonny mentioned would probably be best for you if you're heavy into media. I, myself, don't use my music player that often, so I decided not to shell out the bucks and just stay with the default player. One thing I think I can help you out with though when you're using the music player in TF3D, is to not place your finger directly on the album when you're flicking through.(*This will cause you to accidently launch songs all the time.*) To avoid this, slide your finger slightly to right and flick in the open area. This will allow you to scroll through your albums easier, without starting any songs up. (*Also works like a charm when scrolling through...emails,contact favorites,etc. Hope this help. Sorry I don't have an answer for the other problems you're having with your media player, but if you continue to search the forums, I'm pretty sure you'll come across a solution for your problem.
    Im a big music user do you think this phone is for me ?
    09-25-2009 10:00 AM
  9. kxs783kms#WP's Avatar
    Definitely! Don't let the music player make you believe that this isn't a good device. Remember this a phone first, everything else is an add on feature. If the media player doesn't do it for you, just do like eJonny mentioned above and purchase a third party player. (*I've heard alot about Kinoma and Coreplayer.*) I've never used ither, so I couldn't give you a list of what each can do, but I'm sure someone on here can tell you the differences between the two, which will help you decide which would work best for you.
    09-25-2009 11:45 AM
  10. Tim Ferrill's Avatar
    If you're primarily a music user I'd look at Pocket Tunes as well.
    09-28-2009 11:34 AM
  11. BigMots#AC's Avatar
    I'm really new to winmobile I'm coming off a blackberry.I am having trouble with my mp3 player on my verizon touch pro 2 as well. Mine takes for ever to load the music and flicking through album covers is a hassle. I'm using the touch flo media player even if i use the windows media player its still pretty slow. I'm wondering if its because im using itunes . Everytime touch flo loads the media if i press pause and click out of the media player and then go back to it later it does the sames thing. Can anyone help me with this issue?
    Try Core Player, I have it running on both my Touch Pro2 and the Treo Pro, and it rocks.

    BigMots
    09-29-2009 10:04 AM
  12. wagadesa#WN's Avatar
    Try Core Player, I have it running on both my Touch Pro2 and the Treo Pro, and it rocks.

    BigMots
    Another vote for Core Player - awesome piece of media software...:thumbsup:
    09-29-2009 02:05 PM
  13. waazzupppp's Avatar
    CorePlayer is awesome, but something that I found with the device is that when you take the card out or transfer songs to it, in order for them to show up in the TFlo Player, you have to restart Touch Flo...

    Also, make sure that you are accessing the library, and not the now playing list...

    Touch the Library Button > 1st tab is Now Playing > 2nd tab is by Author > 3rd tab is by Album Name > 4th is Playlists > 5th is all Songs > 6th is by Genre > 7th is by Composers > 8th is Purchased Music...

    So transfer your music, power the device off and on and then check your music by one of the tabs above.

    Overall the Touch Flo Player is pretty nice and great for in the car - swipe and next song goes!
    10-02-2009 09:44 PM
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