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Old August 23rd, 2010, 07:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Guys,

I was researching a Music player for my new SGS. Basically I wanted to find a player

1)Which reads my folder structure. I have organised my entire music collections into 4 different catergories(Techno, Bollywood, English Old, English New).

2)Which reads playlists that I can create on my computer.

Now unfortunately in between experimenting with different players and playlists I now have the issue of having playlists (both empty and full), which I can't seem to delete. I deleted all the m3u and pls file however every playlist compatible music player(cubed, meridian) seems to reading some of hidden lists of playlists, which I can't seem to delete.

Where are these playlist stored, and how do I get rid of them? Are they hidden in some user data/pref?

Cheers

Pritish

PS:The SGS Music player sucks.

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