The Fuze supports MP3, WMA, PCM WAV, and, since the 1.01.15 firmware revision, OGG Vorbis and FLAC audio codecs.The Fuze can display both pictures and videos, both of which must first be converted with the Sansa Media Converter software for Windows; this program converts images to BMP format and videos to Div X-AVI, with specific parameters that make the media compatible with the device.- Max volume level is lowered in Normal volume setting to comply with new European Union requirement - Playback performance of mono WAV and FLAC files is improved - French and Russian language translation updates - Some language strings are incorrect - Device hangs during playback of corrupted OGG files - Minor audio distortion when browsing song list during micro SD card playback - Audiobook and podcast counts are not correct in Info screen - Device restarts or freezes when Replay Gain is selected - Main menu bitmaps are corrupted after playing AAX files - Device restarts/freezes afterchanging backlight to 10 sec - Short video glitch at the beginningof playback - Some language strings are still in English - Refresh database progress bar doesn’t scale with time - Refresh database takes a long time for 6000 songs - Play Previous and Rating info is lost following slot Radio card insertion Sansa Fuze MP4 Player Revision 2 Firmware Sansa Fuze MP4 Player Firmware San Disk Sansa Fuze MP4 Player Firmware Sansa Fuze Firmware MP4 Player San Disk It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.Do not forget to check with our site as often as possible in order to stay updated on the latest drivers, software and games.
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The player can also function as a Windows Media 10 and up device when USB mode is set to MTP.
The Fuze's USB cable utilizes a proprietary connector that is compatible with its predecessor, the e200 series, as well as the c200 series.
To remove the DRM folder on your computer: Next, run the Napster app.
You should get a dialog to update Windows Media components. When complete, click "Restart Now" to restart your computer.