Sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file


  1. raident30

    raident30 New Member

    hi guys, im new here. i've searched the forums and haven't found any answers.

    why am i always getting this message when playing music on my alcatel glory x 918n (android 2.3).. after reboot it'll go away but after sometime it'll return. i've search google and i did not find any solution on this problem... guys i really need help, this is getting very annoying...

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  2. raident30

    raident30 New Member

    bump! guys anyone?
  3. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

    Could be a buggy player, try Meridian, it's free and plays most anything.
  4. raident30

    raident30 New Member

    im using the default player of the phone. alright gotta try that!
  5. Angus19

    Angus19 Active Member

    What type of music files are you trying to play? Just mp3's?
  6. raident30

    raident30 New Member

    yes, just mp3. i've tried resetting it to factory setting it happened again, randomly.
  7. malcolmnewton

    malcolmnewton New Member

    use the 'remote wav' app works fine.
  8. rm3482

    rm3482 Member

    I use mixzing and have had this happen before. I switched the players memory over to internal memory and then back over and restarted the device and it seemed to fix it. So basically unmounted SD card and remounted. Don't know if it helps.
  9. kpoplover

    kpoplover New Member

    "Sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file"

    help me plz!!!
    whenever i play music it is always says
    "Sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file".. i install different music player but its always like that... all my music is mp3.. by the way my phone is samsung galaxy ace gt-s5830.. it is upgraded it is 4.1.2
  10. chrisjohn38

    chrisjohn38 New Member

    I have the same problem - if there is a solution can someone please post a link to it
  11. mikedt

    mikedt 你好 Guide

    Music playback issues can often be caused by a duff or fake SD card, especially if you've tried various media players. Worth trying a different known good SD to make sure. Typical symptoms of a bad or phoney SD are, you'll see a list of songs, but they just won't play or give "file type not supported", etc.
  12. seanythedream

    seanythedream New Member

    I've been having the same troubles. Look at your audio file details- sometimes my downloads screw up, and instead of downloading the whole file, it downloads 2.88kb of it. This returns an error because the content that was asked for was not found. Not sure why it blames it on file format, though. Also, this only seems to affect certain downloads. Let me know if there's any solution, or if your files are the same way.

    EDIT: sorry, didn't realise I bumped a year old thread.
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  13. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

    It's all good compadre - welcome to the forums! :)
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