Originally Posted by Alje
Why do you find it a problem using the scroll wheel without accidentally pushing the centre button and selecting 'update media lib'
Use your finger/thumb tip to to turn the scroll wheel without putting pressure on it.
It really couldn't be any easier guys!
What further instructions do you require?
Also it shows micro SD card orientation in the quick start up guide
We all use the wheel fine. It's the order of the menu that isn't really very good imo. The scan feature is normally found at the bottom of other menus, since it's not always used too often. Also, if you wear glasses to read, the menu is quite hard to see and it's easy to miss the one below scan on the menu since the interface isn't quite as clear as it could be on quite a few of those themes.
No further instructions needed. Just ease of use or becoming familiar with an unusual layout.
instructions from QuickStart;
1. Recommended cards etc.
2. Max supported size
3. Recommend formatting etc.
4. Inserting card
a) open rubber flap. (There is no rubber flap on mine)
b) insert card and press into slot.
c) press card into slot again to eject card.
I guess you must be referring to that little diagram. I see nothing else that suggests the card fits upside down. Since it is a bit unusual, you'd think that a written sentence explaining that would have been sensible.
I wonder how many experienced dap users got caught out?
I guess you've used other daps have you? Or are you sending tinge of sarcasm?
Fact is, all menus are easy to read if you want to stand in the street and stare at it. There's a kind of hierarchy of commands that you get used to and card scan is low in that hierarchy for most people.
I wouldn't be surprised if that changed position in an update tbh. In spite of it being so obvious to you.Edited by iancraig10 - 10/5/14 at 12:12pm