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Old June 25th, 2010, 08:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry legend wont play music. SO ANNOYING!!!!@

My htc legend only plays some mp3 files on my sd card. Anyone know why or how to fix it? Its a 32gb card but the htc site says that should be fine. Someone please help.

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Old June 27th, 2010, 02:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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try to connect your phone with pc using disk drive modus. And disconnect your phone again, wait a while and the phone should be able to detect the new files.
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It sees the files in the media player but for some reason wont play. Its really annoying me.
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Try installing some other media player..
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I have a bit same kind of a problem. I copied music from the bundled memorycard to one I already owned.

So far so good, the music that came with the bundled card is found by my Legend and played back quite nicely. But when I try to add more song to the same folder with same kind of folder structure... Nothing. Those songs are not displayed in the player at all.

I have tried copying the files to the sdcard in the following folders:
.\MP3
.\media\audio (and various sub folders)

The difference between the files that came with the original card and that I have copied seems to be the size: The bundled songs are about 10 megs a piece where as the songs I have copied are just a meg or two.

I am able to play those sings just fine on my PC from the mounted phone though.

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my question would be, how am I to get my own MP3s to the phone and be able to listen to them and set them as custom ringtones?

Thank you for your kind assistance.
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I have a bit same kind of a problem. I copied music from the bundled memorycard to one I already owned.

So far so good, the music that came with the bundled card is found by my Legend and played back quite nicely. But when I try to add more song to the same folder with same kind of folder structure... Nothing. Those songs are not displayed in the player at all.

I have tried copying the files to the sdcard in the following folders:
.\MP3
.\media\audio (and various sub folders)

The difference between the files that came with the original card and that I have copied seems to be the size: The bundled songs are about 10 megs a piece where as the songs I have copied are just a meg or two.

I am able to play those sings just fine on my PC from the mounted phone though.

So,

my question would be, how am I to get my own MP3s to the phone and be able to listen to them and set them as custom ringtones?

Thank you for your kind assistance.


put ur mp3 to ./music folder. then remove ur card and insert it again. this should solve ur problem.this worked for me.
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Old July 5th, 2010, 01:11 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Thanks for the tip, but did not work.

I've now checked the firmware to be of the lastest version and formatted the memory card with the phone. I am now in the process of copying the stuff back to the card (I could've actually tested if the format did any good with a single song) hoping that the songs would be available this time around.
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Old July 5th, 2010, 01:38 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Oookie, problem solved.

I deleted on audio book trilogy (169 files in 27 folder, totaling at a bit over 1 gig) and now I am able to see the remaining files.

Apparently there is a size and/or file number limit on the phone which is left undocumented (or undiscovered by yours truly).
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Old July 5th, 2010, 06:33 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Iv tried all this nd still no luck. Wish i new what was wrong.
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