Originally Posted by MattTCG
When trying to copy .m4a files from my pc to the x3, I get an error message asking if I want to copy these files without their properties. I think that this is because the x3 is formatted fat32 ( I have a 64 gb card). Is there a workaround for this?
Correct, Its because there are "extraneous" properties that fat32 is not able to keep, like ratings, author etc - though all the pertinent id tagging we use stays ok in the file header. So its not deleting your painfully beautifully audio tags.
Normally from ntfs, hfs type to fat32 is the cause in my experience.
Have you tried copying from command prompt? But I don't know of a force copy option.
You cant turn off the warnings I believe, but perhaps Tera copy (free) will help. here
It will at least allow you to copy all the files it can then list the files it couldn't - so you don't have to sit there. EDIT > Actually I would recommend Tercopy to all who are copying audio files x3 fat32 formatting notwithstanding:)
T.Edited by Togril - 1/29/14 at 10:08pm