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Anyone having Music Player Language problem?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by yongjang86, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. yongjang86

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    For some songs, it is perfect. But for some songs, either the names or the album names show up as something like ?@#*&^@$.

    This doesn't happen to songs in English, but in Korean (Not all songs though). Anyone help me?

    I tried renaming, changing song info. My best guess is the locale/text setting.
     

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    Search for a mp3 unicode tag converter. The problem is that Windows doesn't edit mp3 tags in unicode, but Android can only display characters in unicode. Some of your Korean songs must be in unicode, but some are not.
     
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    To what unicode shouldb i change? Sorry im a complete newb
     

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