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Old May 12th, 2013, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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sorry if I'm duplicating threads.. I've transfered music onto my sd card and none of the players will locate it. the music is on the card I can go into my files and play it individually. I'm using a San disk 32gb card in a non rooted phone

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I have S4 and same SD card as above. Exact same issue. Can not get Samsung music player to see it or import library. I can use MyFiles and select a file and play it even, just not through Samsung app. I even set the default path to my SD card and music folder. It does not see it. I have reboot the phone and used Rescan SD app too. I have mounted and unmounted. No problems, just won't be picked up by Samsung music.

If I copy the files from the SD card to the Music folder on built-in device storage, they pop up just fine.

Bug????
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Is the music in a format that can be read by the stock music app?
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Thats strange. I have a 16gb sandisk ultra class amd my music pops up. All of my music is in a folder named My_Music so try that and make sure there is no .nomedia file
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It might have something to do with the Samsung player. I'm using PowerAmp with my tunes on an external SD card and am having no problems. I'd suggest trying free versions of different players.
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I use iSyncr to get my music onto my external SD card but both the stock player and Player Pro can find my music.

Have you somehow inadvertently excluded the SD card or the relevant directory from the media scan?
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The .nomedia file makes it so the pictures are not indexed and added to the gallery, it does not affect the scan of the mp3s themselves. They should be being added to the index of available music which is what the players look at to find music.

First restart your phone to force an index and see what shows up if you have not already done it. I know it sounds obvious but make sure the music is in a format that the player can read. It does all the usual stuff like aac, mp3 and so on but if you've gone into one of the more unusual lossless formats or whatever you have to get a player that can play that format. Related, make sure that you have not imported your music to your phone in a play list format that the player cannot play. Both of these get people all the time.

If you have already restarted and the files can be played by the player and are not in an unrecognizeable play list then the next step is to go into your settings/applications/ find the player and delete its cache and data. Force stop it and then restart your phone. Startup will take slightly longer than usual but thats normal. This will not delete your music. If that doesn't work let us know.
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The .nomedia file makes it so the pictures are not indexed and added to the gallery, it does not affect the scan of the mp3s themselves. They should be being added to the index of available music which is what the players look at to find music.

First restart your phone to force an index and see what shows up if you have not already done it. I know it sounds obvious but make sure the music is in a format that the player can read. It does all the usual stuff like aac, mp3 and so on but if you've gone into one of the more unusual lossless formats or whatever you have to get a player that can play that format. Related, make sure that you have not imported your music to your phone in a play list format that the player cannot play. Both of these get people all the time.

If you have already restarted and the files can be played by the player and are not in an unrecognizeable play list then the next step is to go into your settings/applications/ find the player and delete its cache and data. Force stop it and then restart your phone. Startup will take slightly longer than usual but thats normal. This will not delete your music. If that doesn't work let us know.
I have tried everything you said but still the same problem, the players cant detect my songs which stored in sd card
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Very odd indeed, I have a 32Gb Sandisk card and I've never had a problem playing music from it. Can you see the files using the android file browser?
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I use the built-in player and it finds music on my SD card just fine. I just created a "Music" folder and opened music player.
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My stock "play music app" goes right to the SD
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I had problems with one of the best free players, 3 (cubed). Even when I selected the card storage, it would revert to internal.

back over to PowerAmp, which I've owned for a couple years and it let me pick and choose with ease, right off my micro sd and the directories I wanted.

My first real gripe about the phone.
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Google Play Music app finds music on my SD card.

What carrier are you on? Maybe this is specific to a carrier.

I'm on Verizon.

Edit: Just saw that you are on 3. Is it a global unlocked device?
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With the stock player it wont find music on my SD unless I put it in a folder called Music on the root of the SD. then it finds it fine.
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With the stock player it wont find music on my SD unless I put it in a folder called Music on the root of the SD. then it finds it fine.
This is the answer. Create a folder on the root of your SD card called "Music" and put all your music in there. Also create folders for "Movies", "Pictures", and "Ringtones" if they are not there already. Make sure folders are spelled exactly as I wrote. Then your phone will also recognize your movies, pics, and ringtones that you store on your SD card.
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This is the answer. Create a folder on the root of your SD card called "Music" and put all your music in there. Also create folders for "Movies", "Pictures", and "Ringtones" if they are not there already. Make sure folders are spelled exactly as I wrote. Then your phone will also recognize your movies, pics, and ringtones that you store on your SD card.
This may be an answer but it's not the answer.

I have my music in a folder called syncr (put there by iSyncr) on my external SD card but all my music players find my music no problem.
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mine is in mSD/Music on my HTC Sensation.
Restarted once and most music apps find the folder.
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This may be an answer but it's not the answer.

I have my music in a folder called syncr (put there by iSyncr) on my external SD card but all my music players find my music no problem.
I'm having the exact same experience. No problems at all finding my music.
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Don't know if this issue has been resolved or not but I was having the same problem and solved it

I found this thread by way of Google, so hopefully I can help someone that was having the same problem as me

Since I'm new, I can't post any screenshots or links, so I'll try to be descriptive, but its kinda the same method from crabman post

Samsung Galaxy s3 T-Mobile

So, this is how I came about the problem. I downloaded a playlist backup app that also make a .nomedia file along with a playlist backup in whatever folder its in. I wanted my playlist backed up on the root of my external SD card, but I didn't know nothing of the .nomedia file at the time.

The app put a .nomedia file on the root of my extSD card

Don't bother trying to find the file with the stock file browser because its hidden. You'll need something like Root Explorer to find it.

These are the steps I took

>Using Root Explorer, find the .nomedia file on the root of your extSDCard and delete it

>Go to your settings and open up the application manager.
>>>Force Stop and Clear Data from two apps, Music Hub and Music Player

>Unmount and Mount your extSdCard

>Restart your phone

Oh, I also pulled the SDCard, but I don't think it was necessary. I hope this helps someone out that was having the same problem as me.
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I have a Sony Experia Tipo and the standard Music player that came with it just suddenly lost sight of the music I had installed on the ext_SD card using Sony PC Companion.

Turning the phone off and on again restored it.

PS : don't mix Sony PC Companion with ITunes. It seems to modify itunes library files and I had to rescan folders and rebuild itunes and back-import ratings from ipad after one use of this.
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So my Sprint Galaxy s3 will not recognize new music on the sd card until I:

> "unmount" and "mount" sd card
> go to settings/apps/music player and clear the cache/force stop
> re-open app

After that, everything shows up in the default player.
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Hi.

This exact thing happened to me too.

Apparently if ur not using a USB connection and just using the SD card directly, u have to format it and add everything back in a separate folder "i named it as MicroSD2013" and then using My Files once the sd card is mounted, to move ur files back up to the externalsd folder; in which enables the scanner to read the files quickly. My pictures were returned back to the gallery after i had done this.
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Oh and btw... Make sure all files have a read symbol on it when u are in MyFiles. It forces the phone to read it. I waited for all of my thumbnail pictures to show and they appeared in my gallery.
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Don't know if this issue has been resolved or not but I was having the same problem and solved it

I found this thread by way of Google, so hopefully I can help someone that was having the same problem as me

Since I'm new, I can't post any screenshots or links, so I'll try to be descriptive, but its kinda the same method from crabman post

Samsung Galaxy s3 T-Mobile

So, this is how I came about the problem. I downloaded a playlist backup app that also make a .nomedia file along with a playlist backup in whatever folder its in. I wanted my playlist backed up on the root of my external SD card, but I didn't know nothing of the .nomedia file at the time.

The app put a .nomedia file on the root of my extSD card

Don't bother trying to find the file with the stock file browser because its hidden. You'll need something like Root Explorer to find it.

These are the steps I took

>Using Root Explorer, find the .nomedia file on the root of your extSDCard and delete it

>Go to your settings and open up the application manager.
>>>Force Stop and Clear Data from two apps, Music Hub and Music Player

>Unmount and Mount your extSdCard

>Restart your phone

Oh, I also pulled the SDCard, but I don't think it was necessary. I hope this helps someone out that was having the same problem as me.
Made an account just to thank you for posting this. It fixed the problem perfectly on my s3. Thanks again!
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Silly question: How do I mount and unmount my external SD? I followed all the steps but was unsure of how this is done so i removed and re-inserted my external SD before turning off the phone and I am still having the problem. Also, Music Hub is not on my phone so I just cleared cache/data /force stop for music player. Any help will be appreciated.
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Silly question: How do I mount and unmount my external SD? I followed all the steps but was unsure of how this is done so i removed and re-inserted my external SD before turning off the phone and I am still having the problem. Also, Music Hub is not on my phone so I just cleared cache/data /force stop for music player. Any help will be appreciated.
Settings>More tab>Storage>SD card>Unmount SD card
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Made an account just to thank you for posting this. It fixed the problem perfectly on my s3. Thanks again!

I also created an account to thank you for this fix. Galaxy Note 3, Verizon.
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Read this and many other threads I found through Googling. Nothing worked (including the unmounting/remounting bit) until I had the bright idea to move my music to a different (new) folder (from "Media" to "My Music") in the SD card. At that point, all my music players (Native & Rocket Player) saw *all* of my music.

I noticed that the "Media" folder showed as having one item/file left after I moved all the music/album folders. But when I went into the folder, I could not see anything. My guess, maybe somehow a file slipped in there (an invisible one at that) that disabled the folder as a Music folder. Since I'm not rooted (and don't intend to be) I can't tell what this file was (.nomedia ?). Anyway, I'm a happy boy again, with all my music.
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I had the same issues after updating my firmware to 4.3. I tried to reboot the phone, unmount and remount the SD and many other things to no avail. My solution was to reformat my sd card and re-add my music folder. After I did this it worked fine with all apps.
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sorry if I'm duplicating threads.. I've transfered music onto my sd card and none of the players will locate it. the music is on the card I can go into my files and play it individually. I'm using a San disk 32gb card in a non rooted phone
I experienced the same thing this past weekend. I used the same sdcard for almost a year with no problems, and then poof! no music. I could see all the files on a computer but it wouldn't play on the phone.

I copied all the SDCARD files to a folder on my computer, and using a sdcard format utility, formatted the sdcard (64gb) in fat32 and copied back all the files to it.

Now my phone is happy and working like it used to!

apparently there was a glitch in the sd card that re-formatting took away
you need a utility cause the computer will format fat32 to only 4GB.

There are a bunch of free sdcard formatters around to download.
i have atrtached one that you can unzip and use.

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Just had this problem today (on a "known good" configuration; that is, last time I used the stock Music app, it found all my music, but today it doesn't), and Google led me to this thread. Here are the things I (unsuccessfully) tried:
  • rebooting
  • checking for a .nomedia file in the Music folder
  • stopping the music player app and clearing the data
  • unmounting and remouting the SD card
So what worked? On a hunch, I used a file manager to rename the folder from 'Music' to 'MusicX' and started the stock Music app. All of a sudden, the MP3s starting filing in. It's as if the stock player refused to see the folder as long it was called 'Music.'

I'll try renaming it back later, but for now, I'm good. :-) Thought I would suggest this as one of the simple things to try with what is apparently a very buggy app.
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Have a new company issued Gal S4, 4.3 OS w/Verizon. Used the standard preloaded music app. I tried all the above solutions with no success. Here's what did work for me. I hope it helps anyone with the same dilemma.
Background: I always suspected it was a file directory issue on the players ability to read the 6 gig of music I stored four folders deep. Its the Engineer in me.
Fix: Simply move your folder titled music up to the 1st tier level (the first files you would see when you touch your SD file directory) on your SD media card. Reboot your devise and all your music appears with the full sorting functionality that the stock player app provides.
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