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Tips 16gb sd?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gotdub1994, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. gotdub1994

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    Why will the triumph not recognize all of the music i put on the sd card? i plug it in to the computer and can view ant listen to the music, just not through the phone.
     

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    Is it not recognizing just some of the music? Then you may have a file type issue or a drm issue. What is the file type(s) that the phone doesn't play but the pc does? What are you playing them with on the pc side?
     
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    Yes,but it wolnt recognize most of the music. On the comp windows media player. As far as i know they are either wav or mp3 files.
     
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    The stock Android music player will play .mp3, but not compressed .wav. You can convert them to mp3 (what I would do) with a tool like Audacity, or use something like waveplayer
     

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