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Old December 27th, 2012, 05:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm using a Kyocera Hydro (Android 4.0.4) and I recently changed SD cards from an 8GB card to a 32GB card (maximum my phone can use). After putting skill of the data in the old card in the new one, my apps all work fine except my music players (Google Play Music or btunes depending on my mood). They work fine, but my music doesn't show up in my libraries. How can I import it or make these apps show what music I have without just using a file manager to access each individual file?

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I'm using a Kyocera Hydro (Android 4.0.4) and I recently changed SD cards from an 8GB card to a 32GB card (maximum my phone can use). After putting skill of the data in the old card in the new one, my apps all work fine except my music players (Google Play Music or btunes depending on my mood). They work fine, but my music doesn't show up in my libraries. How can I import it or make these apps show what music I have without just using a file manager to access each individual file?
did u make a new folder labeled music on your new sd card?
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As BigSix said, you will need to put your tunes in or below a folder called music on your SD card. For an unexplained reason, it helps if you put one music file in the stock music folder in the phone's storage. Sometimes, if that folder is empty, it will return the error no music files found.
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