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Synch capabilities and mitigation on memory upgrades.


Sep 9, 2005, 11:47 AM
This is kind of speculatory as of now, but are we to imagine that the synching process will be similar to the iPod Shuffle? If they have a 100 song limit on the device there must be some type of strange synching option. Also, I have a Nokia 6230 that Nokia says will support up to 256MB MMCards but I have used a 1GB card and it tells me total storage is 256MB but will still allow storage on the full 1GB. Who thinks something like this may be possible with the ROKR E1? BTW the phone looks cool. It is too bad that Cingular is going to be carrying it. They're going to make it suck.
Rich Brome

Sep 9, 2005, 2:39 PM
Yes. From the article:
In many ways, the ROKR E1 falls somewhere in-between an iPod Shuffle and an iPod mini. Pretty much like an iPod Shuffle, it can only hold 100 songs, and you can tell iTunes to "Autofill" the ROKR with a random assortment of songs from your collection.

And check out this photo, where you can see the Autofill option at the bottom - exactly like Shuffle:

https://www.phonescoop.com/articles/moto_rokr/index. ... »

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