Thanks very much. I use a Macintosh, so instead of using I Tunes, I may just burn a few folders with songs to a CD-R, and see what develops.CD-R. CDRWs won't play. No playlists, just files on the cd (you can put them in folders for easier organization if you wish).
Never say never. Now I would not recommend CDRWs, but they will work as I just played an entire CD-RW of mp3s in my ZHPee and they played perfectly. On top of that, I found that if the mp3 cuts (files) are in folders, you can step through the folders by pushing the little "m" button and then either the < or > button. :thumbup:CD-R. CDRWs won't play. No playlists, just files on the cd (you can put them in folders for easier organization if you wish).
:yikes: Uh, all I can say is in regards to these theories is... caveat emptor. :yikes:So to sum it up, make your CDRW disk as a CD when burning and it will always work.
So in conclusion you can always burn a CDRW to work in anything as long as its burned as a CD not as a CDRW. But your shortening the life of the disk pretty dramatically.
Yes. I've tried three different mp3 disk made previously and my player recognizes all folders (one disc has 12) and all tracks. The interesting "find" I made is that pushing the small "m" button between the < and > keys lets you step between folders with either the < or > buttons OR the steering wheel buttons.Update:
I created a CD-R with 6 folders, each of which had around 12 to 15 songs. In the Bimmer, only three folders seem to be recognized. The Business CD player calls the three it recognizes TR 01, TR 02, and TR03. Each track in the folders is then labled with a three digit number, 001, 002, etc.
Since I do not have the Radio owners manual (it is on it's way), I cannot RTFM. Anybody out there get better results?