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Re: Recommendations for software to use with Creative Zen MP3 player





On Jan 2, 2008 7:54 PM, Mr.Scrooge <maximilian_bianco yahoo com> wrote:
Gnomad2 is supposed to do this i think but most of these (much appreciated) efforts have been
reverse engineered, which leaves much room for error when the manufacturer decides to change how
they do things. I actually called Creative and asked about linux support, because i had heard
conflicting tales, the person who answered said they did not think linux was supported. I took
that as a "NO". I have had a couple of bad experiences with MP3 players lately(Sansa and newer
IPODS), so maybe i am just bitter.
--- Chris G <cl isbd net> wrote:

> What do people panel recommend to use with a Creative Zen MP3 player.
>
> Main requirement is to be able to download MP3s and put them onto the
> Zen, it's not a requirement to be able to play them on the computer.
>
> Podcast synchronisation would be a plus but lets try walking before we
> run.  Doing this on windows has turned into a disatrous mess.
>
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Chris, Have you tried Amarok?  It works well with older iPods and has an entry for a creative Nomad device.

- Ron

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