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Support Galaxy S2 not displaying some names of music properly.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by oGsNaDa, Sep 2, 2011.

  1. oGsNaDa

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    Whether it's through 'Samsung Kies' or manually transferring music, some of the names of music files displayed through the 'Music' app are showing up as gebrish (i.e $^%&#@) while others aren't. The files in the english language have no problem but for korean songs, some of them do. Even if I change the phones language to korean, the music files' name is still in gebrish. On the PC, Samsung Kies, ipod, and itunes, the names show up without any problem. Is this an issue with the phone? or the music files?
     

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  2. DaveSyd

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    Suggest you check the meta data of the track. If there is data or gibberish in the title field of the track it will use that field to display instead of the file name
     
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    also make sure ur music is in mp3.. my m4a music didnt transfer with accurate tags..had to convert my library to mp3
     

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