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    Default How do I create a new playlist on my PB?

    Does anybody know how to create more than one playlist on PB?

    Thank you.
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    You should be able to select a song or artist then swipe down from the top of the PlayBook to reveal options. There you can add or edit. I hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentko View Post
    Does anybody know how to create more than one playlist on PB?

    Thank you.
    Looks like you can only create one playlist.
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    I must have mis-posted. I thought I had answered this earlier.

    I created playlists on my computer that I copied over to the pb.

    While my music is located in subfolders on the pb under the music folder, it does not affect the playlist/format. The files are in:
    \music\Dvorak New World

    Here's one's innards:

    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:430,Dvorak American Quartet 05 - 'American': Allegro Ma Non Troppo
    Dvorak American Quartet\Dvorak American Quartet 05.mp3
    #EXTINF:478,Dvorak American Quartet 06 - 'American': Lento
    Dvorak American Quartet\Dvorak American Quartet 06.mp3
    #EXTINF:228,Dvorak American Quartet 07 - 'American': Molto Vivace
    Dvorak American Quartet\Dvorak American Quartet 07.mp3
    #EXTINF:309,Dvorak American Quartet 08 - 'American': Finale-Vivace Ma Non Troppo
    Dvorak American Quartet\Dvorak American Quartet 08.mp3

    The file is called DvorakAmer.m3u
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    all i did was use desktop manager and loaded my music onto my BB. i then just copies the music folder from my media card onto my playbook over wifi. Now my pb has exactly everything myhone has.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentko View Post
    Does anybody know how to create more than one playlist on PB?

    Thank you.
    I use the dreaded itunes, but I am able to copy over all of my playlists using DM.
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    Default Re: How do I create a new playlist on my PB?

    Quote Originally Posted by vincentko View Post
    Does anybody know how to create more than one playlist on PB?
    Connect PB with USB to WinPC
    Browse to the Z:\Music
    Open Windows Media Player (Alt > View > Library) with a playlist on the right
    Drag and drop my MP3 from z:\Music to the "unsaved playlist" area
    On the top right of the window, I click on the icon and I have the option to "Save list as ..."
    Change ... Save as type "M3U Playlist"
    Navigate to Z:\Music and save as an appropriate name.

    As many as you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motherboard2010 View Post
    Connect PB with USB to WinPC
    Browse to the Z:\Music
    Open Windows Media Player (Alt > View > Library) with a playlist on the right
    Drag and drop my MP3 from z:\Music to the "unsaved playlist" area
    On the top right of the window, I click on the icon and I have the option to "Save list as ..."
    Change ... Save as type "M3U Playlist"
    Navigate to Z:\Music and save as an appropriate name.

    As many as you like.
    Thanks. I have to admit, I have not had Win Media Player open in years!!!!

    I was even able to point to:

    \\192.168.1.164\media\music (the ip address for my 64gig pb) and add that music and create a playlist in that folder.

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