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Old April 29th, 2010, 07:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do i access the music from my SD card? I go 2 the music program but I cant get 2 my music

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Which music app are you using? I know with the stock HTC music app I had issues with it not picking up all my music. I recommend trying either Mixzing or Cubed (search Rockon) from the market. If that still doesn't work check the folder you put your music in, on my Hero I created a folder called 'music' on the root of my sd card, with a separate sub-folder for different albums.
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I just dropped my SD card from my storm right in and it picked up all my music photos and video just fine...
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Are your music files stored in a folder in the root called MP3 or Music?
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I put mine in and it plays the music but I can't get to my ringtones folder. Anyone help me figure this out?
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I put mine in and it plays the music but I can't get to my ringtones folder. Anyone help me figure this out?
Create a 'Ringtones' folder on the root of your sd card, whatever you put in there should pop up with all the other ringtones when you go to select a ringtone
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My problem is that the default music player is not picking up all the songs on my SD card.

/ <--- SD Card root
/music <--- music files here

Is "music" case-sensitive?
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I followed everyone's advice and created a music folder on the root of my sd card and google play picked up the music right away... samsung galaxy s5
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