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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter

This is one of these silly things that I keep forgetting, so allow me to quickly jot it down so that I know where to look next time.

The issue is: How can you fill your mobile player with a random choice of music, when it is too small to fit all your collection. In my case, I use my new Nokia E71 phone as an occasional player for music. It is nice because it has integrated Bluetooth, and I have a Bluetooth stereo headset, so you can leave the phone in your pocket and listen wirelessly. In addition, you can also control the player (play, pause, skip, etc...). However, I have "only" a 2GB card in that, so no way my whole music collection will fit there.

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Posted on Thursday, January 15, 2009 1:56 PM Technical stuff , Nokia E71 | Back to top


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