Random pic used as album cover in music player...wtc


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  1. justinjaime

    justinjaime New Member This Topic's Starter

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    how do i change this? every time i play an mp3 on my music player, the album art will show up as a picture of me and my friend, that my friend sent to me (i downloaded it and deleted it a while ago). somehow its staying as the album cover. how do i get rid of it?
     

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  2. radikal

    radikal Well-Known Member

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    download 3 music player, it will find album art for you
     
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    justinjaime New Member This Topic's Starter

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    No, im trying to get rid of the pictures without downloading anything
     
  4. radikal

    radikal Well-Known Member

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    well, if you have 2.1, check the gallery and double check for the pic etc. sucks when stuff like this happens, if not plug the usb into the computer and try to find it
     
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    justinjaime New Member This Topic's Starter

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    the pic does not exist. im just trying to make it so the music player doesnt use it as an album cover
     
  6. radikal

    radikal Well-Known Member

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    it must exist SOMEWHERE or else it wouldn't be using it :)
     
  7. sluma

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    It's probably cached in your albumthumbs directory(in your SD card). Android makes a reference to your album artwork and caches it in the albumthumbs folder. However the files in there do not look like a typical jpeg file. They have binary names with no file extension, something like "1270179358058". you can try to find your picture by right clicking on the files and opening it with a image editor(MS paint will do). Once you find that image that it is referencing to, you can then replace it with the image that you want with the exact name, and no extension to the file. Then your image will update. I've tried this with the nexus one and it works, I'm assuming the droid is pretty much the same. Hope it helps :)
     
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    Anyone else have a better solution. I have a lot of pics to search thru ??

    Thanks everyone !!
     
  9. vincentp

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    Sluma's response is probably your best bet. If you want to get rid of it, you're going to have to go searching.
     

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