Music Capacity Limitation?


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  1. NorseDroid

    NorseDroid New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Lost tunes? The stock Music app on my Motorola Droid running Android 2.0.1 was able to play ~200MB of .wma files which it found automagically. I was initially impressed that no configuration was required. After I uploaded more .wma files (I have 7.4GB of them now) neither the stock Music app nor several independent apps can see any of them. This is true even if I use settings to narrow the world to one album's worth of music. (Most recently attempted in the pay version of bTunes.)

    Have I overloaded the capacity of the android's music API? Is my Droid allergic to music ripped by Zune?

    I may have to remove albums one by one and keep trying the player to see if there is a bad file, deep directory tree or special character that is bombing it out.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!
     

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  2. rogue994

    rogue994 Well-Known Member

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    Are the wma files from Zune still DRM protected? When I moved across my Zune music, I had to remove DRM before my Droid was able to find and play the music.
     

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