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post #61 of 6018

can you tell me step by step how to remove the tags of my music files that are currently in my ak120?

 

I have no other software installed other than iriver 4.

post #62 of 6018

Back on the AK240... its blatantly going to be for videos. no other reason for a larger screen so from there its aimed at another market altogether, perhaps it will do HD and if it did it would be too small and the video/audio quality will never match up considering whats on offer at the moment as its not going to hold blueray DVD's only HD youtube stuff at that level of audio quality if anything so us AK120 fans need not be worried I don't think.

post #63 of 6018
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Originally Posted by streetcar View Post
 

can you tell me step by step how to remove the tags of my music files that are currently in my ak120?

 

I have no other software installed other than iriver 4.

 

Sorry, I can't do that. Its best to learn as you go along anyway, Tag&Rename is the software a lot of people use for tagging stuff. Depending on what operating system you're using. If you're using Apple you're on your own cause Steve Jobs didn't care about anyone not using one of his devices. He was an evil man who purposefully retarded his own OS to only work with its own, like homosexuality for computers, an inevitable dead end .lol.

 

Download Tag&Rename its easy to use. Hope you haven't run into DRM with your Amazon downloads.

 

This is the wrong thread for the AK120 as people are talking about the AK240 in here anyway.

post #64 of 6018

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Edited by Mython - 1/7/14 at 5:25pm
post #65 of 6018

Talking to Streetcar Mython... he's stuck trying to tag files on the AK120 but posting about it on here. :o

post #66 of 6018
I sent streetcar the solution via pm. However it is pretty terrible if AK/iriver still have this bug a year after I reported it (assuming he has the latest firmware installed). And on a 1k plus product. I'd have to assume the 240 will use the same basic underlying firmware.
post #67 of 6018
Just got an email from iriver saying the. Will be unveiling the new ak240 nex. Week at CES
post #68 of 6018
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Can anyone solve this? The letters should be puzzle pieces to, at least, what the AK240 will look like.
post #69 of 6018

The "A" seems to show the volume knob and the "&" part of the edgy screen. Maybe the draft is not so far away from the real thing...

post #70 of 6018


Something like this.
Pretty ugly IMO.

post #71 of 6018
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Something like this.

Pretty ugly IMO.

I believe AnakChan already saw this at the Mook Headphone Festival.
post #72 of 6018
JBDXx4

Tey went for the large screen approach, considering the one thing made ak120 stand out was its small and dense body, i don't understand.

post #73 of 6018
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

*snip*

 

Something like this.
Pretty ugly IMO.

 

Yeeeerggghhghghghghghghhghghhh what in Cthulhu's name is that???

post #74 of 6018

Can't believe I'm watching this thread.  I must be insane actually considering paying the (guaranteed) insane price that will be charged for this DAP.  Aesthetically-speaking, however, if that render is accurate, iRiver should fire their design team.  I know sound-quality is what ultimately matters, but geez, they can do better than that.

post #75 of 6018
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Yeeeerggghhghghghghghghhghghhh what in Cthulhu's name is that???


You sir, made me laugh out loud :D

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