|06-10-2010, 05:32 AM||#16|
Joined: Mar 2008
Location: Near Ottawa, ON, Canada
Important Product and Safety Information (Multilingual), Rev. J, Nov, 2009 | Download
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|06-20-2010, 03:57 AM||#17|
Joined: Jul 2009
It's NOT in the manual!
All this discussion about the manual and the information is nowhere in there!
It does not tell you WHERE to put the MP3 files. - not \Garmin\media\ or ANY OTHER location.
I've tried \Garmin\media\music and it does not work!!! If I put the same files on the internal flash and it works fine. I REALLY would like to use the SD Card though!
|06-20-2010, 05:45 AM||#18|
Joined: Mar 2008
Location: Near Ottawa, ON, Canada
|06-20-2010, 08:44 AM||#19|
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Joined: Mar 2003
Location: North Central Washington (state)
MP3 files should go here:
You will get better indexing performance if you place your MP3's in multiple sub-folders.
If this does not work, Format your SD Card and try again.
Optimally your SD Card should have the following folders (directories):
|02-24-2012, 09:18 PM||#20|
Joined: Jan 2012
Zumo 660 and 16GB
I've seen some people posting 8gb max capacity of zumo 660, my works just fine with 16GB and also tried a 32GB and had no problems, The only thing is that they have to be converted to MP3 and perhaps volume adjusted with MP3Gain to have them all play equally and not having to adjust the volume every time since getting to the volume control it's a pain.
|02-26-2012, 06:09 PM||#21|
Joined: Apr 2009
Location: The Valley of the Jolly Green Giant
Are your music files MP3
If you use apple or Windows media player they will not always be MP3
COG 7524, IBA 46513, GLMC 214
|03-07-2012, 09:19 AM||#22|
Joined: Apr 2009
Location: Central Mississippi
The Micro SD Card should show up as a separate drive on your computer. I named mine something catchy so I can remember what it is when it appears on my Mac desktop. I have dumped music files in the Audible folder, a MP3 folder I made, etc. It indexes the card and find all media files so putting them in a certain folder is not necessary but will keep the file system easier to navigate and update files as you go and make the chance of loading duplicates less...
|06-16-2012, 09:09 PM||#23|
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Plymouth, MN
32gb works well in zumo 660
I had a hard time finding exactly which memory cards would work with my 1 week old zumo 660 too. It wasn't totaly clear to me how big of a card I could get. I read this form and bought a scandisk 32gb card from amazon. It works perfectly.
|06-18-2012, 07:35 AM||#24|
Joined: Oct 2011
Location: Queen City NC
Zumo 660 Music
Ours is on a 64GB Scan Disk with over 3800 songs and works fine.
Do not listen while we ride, but is a great entertainment center at night.
So many bikes, so little money
|04-03-2013, 11:25 PM||#25|
Joined: Feb 2013
Location: Seattle Area
maybe too many tunes
I just got a 660LM a few weeks ago. I had an 8GB card in the house which I started with, but went out and spent the $25 to get a 32GB card (man, is memory ever cheap now!). I then loaded about 4000 songs on the disk (about 20GB of data), and the zumo started working very, very slowly - and seemed to get stuck and not work at all much of the time.
So I deleted about 1/2 of them, and now it's working fine.
It'd be nice to be able to have as many songs on there as is space on the card, but looks like there is some sort of indexing process going on when I turn it on. My guess is that the processor can only handle so much data at a time.
When I had too many songs on there I had 2 things happen: 1) The maps simply wouldn't render and navigation wouldn't start for quite a while...if at all, and 2) when the media player did it's thing, I could play whatever playlist I had at the last use, but wouldn't let me browse for quite a while..if at all.
But once I reduced the amount of songs by 1/2 (around 2k songs and 10GB of data), it works great again.
Of course, my entire music collection on my PC is more like 60GB+, but looks like I'll just swap out music now and again. If I played the entire collection from my PC, it would take about 40 days with continuous music playback (still have about 6 full days of tunes on the zumo now....that's an awful lot of hours of music still).
|04-25-2013, 01:26 PM||#26|
Joined: Jul 2006
Location: Westchester NY
Do you have you MP3 files in sub folders, or just a bunch of MP3s?
Garmin\MP3\Artist\Album\MP3s works well, 16g card; 2g City Nav map, 2g Topo24 Map, about 1000 songs
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2005 BMW F650GS-DAKAR
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|06-16-2013, 02:40 PM||#27|
Joined: Jun 2006
Location: Hereandnow, AK
My brain hurts. I'm not getting anywhere.
I got a SanDisk 64 GB micro sdxc card for use in my Zumo 660. Actually, it's the card that came out of my Android phone when I got rid of it. However, it doesn't mater how I label folders, none of my mp3s are showing up.
1. I made a folder on the sd card called MP3 and put an album folder in there with all the mp3s of that album. "No mp3s found."
2. I made a folder on the sd card called Garmin and within that i made another folder called MP3 and dropped the album folder in that. "No mp3s found."
2. I made just a folder called Garmin and dropped the album itself with the mp3s in it. "No mp3s found."
3. I copied the Audible folder from the Zumo's internal memory to the sd card and then deleted it from the internal memory. Then, dropped mp3s in there. "No mp3s found."
I started to copy my entire Garmin folder from the internal memory to the sd card. I was then going to delete it off the zumo's memory and try to drop an mp3 folder with music in that. I got impatient though. That was going to take over an hour.
I know that if I make an mp3 folder inside the Garmin folder that exists on the Zumo's internal memory, and drop music in there, they show up fine. I want to use the sd card though. What on earth am I doing wrong?
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