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    I'm really sorry about this double post (see also here), but except that workaround (which is unfortunately not practiable in real usage scenarios), I didn't find any comments from Philips whether this will be fixed, and I consider this bug of utmost importance.

    Because this problem occurs when friends come to visit and bring their holiday pictures on USB, it's quite embarrassing to start, getting a scrambled order and having say "sorry, my Philips TV messes up the order".

    This bug is something a lot of people will associate with Philips TVs, even if they don't own one.
    And the workaround doesn't help in that case, because it's my friends USB HDD/stick..

    They will remember
    - magnificent picture quality,
    - but doesn't play camera videos and
    - shows pictures in (partly) wrong order.

    I'd give this bug a 12 out of 10 importance, because this is noticable to many potential Philips TV buyers.

    I think, watching pictures from USB-Stick/HDD directly on the TV is one of the important points of buying a new TV. And if this feature doesn't work as expected and messes up the order, it leaves a very bad aftertaste.

    Personally, I like the Ambilight, so for me, there was no alternative, but when a friend asked me what TV I would buy, and I mentioned the sorting bug, you can probably imagine what he said :-(.

    And I'm really worried I haven't heard from Philips yet if this is on the internal bug list or not.

    @Philips:
    Are there plans to fix this for the 2010 and 2011 TVs? Or better: when? ;-)

    Thanks,
    Matthias

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthias View Post
    @bds: Did you create a new directory where you copied the new files? Renaming the directory or just Moving the files is most probably not good enough.
    Yes, I created a new directory.
    Yes, I copied all the files without using a mouse in this directory.
    The problem is the TV Philips

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    The reason I'm asking is to understand at what point it goes wrong. Until now it seemed it was related to the directory order. but it seems, there is more to it, at least in your case. Can you try these programs that Herrminator suggested?

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    Why is the new firmware bringing no improvement to this issue?
    Last edited by Stefan_G.; 01-30-2012 at 11:42 AM.

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    Philips,

    when you reading this, please have a look on this wishlist.

    Cheers
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    A simple and very quick solution is to utilize a "folder sorter" utility each time you copy, delete or move files with your PC.

    As an instance see the follwing link

    I hope it could help....

    Ciao.

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    I am using utility that was provided under this link:

    http://mympxplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=755

    Works fine and fast with usb hdd.
    It sorts folders nad files (dont forget to check subfolder option)

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