You also need to export m3u file in the same folder with music files (mp3s). So you need to enable "Save m3u file in the same folder with tracks" option.
SanDisk Sansa Clip+ MP3 Player is #1 best seller mp3 player on Amazon. It's small, inexpensive, and has many features: microSD card slot, FM tuner, voice recorder. Sansa clip can play MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC, Ogg, Audible formats but does not support AAC files. Lack of AAC support is a problem if you want to transfer music from iTunes.
Export for iTunes app is the simpler solution to transfer iTunes music and especially iTunes playlists and albums to a mp3 player like Sansa Clip.
On next video I'm demonstrating how to use Export for iTunes to transfer your music.
- Sansa Clip does not supports AAC files so you need to enable: "Convert to MP3" on export options.
- To load correctly the m3u playlist file, the music files (mp3s) and the playlists file (m3u) must be in the same folder to do this go to Advanced export options of the app and choose Save music files to: Playlist folder or Music files folder, and enable the option "Save m3u file in the same folder with tracks".
In this video I'm demonstrating how you can use Export for iTunes app to import playlists and albums from iTunes to Sony Walkman MP3 players like my new NWZ-E384.