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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sndrtj, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. sndrtj

    sndrtj Lurker
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    Since a few days I am having severe issues with anything that's on the (internal) SD card on my Nexus S.

    When I mount my phone into a computer, all is fine. Everything is recognized, and files are where they should be. Also file browser apps on my phone recognize everything, and I can play music when I tap the files individually.

    But music apps will not recognize any music anymore. Both the stock player and Winamp don't see any music.

    Also, my Gallery app crashes when I tap any album, and it shows a wrong number of pictures. However, I can access my photo album by using the Camera app (since Jelly Bean it's possible to go straight into the gallery app with the camera app), so that's a possible workaround.

    What's even more strange is that when I go to settings-->storage, it will nicely tell me there's 4GB of pictures and 3GB of music on my (internal) SD card. So it does see there there is something.

    I've already tried rebooting a few times, to no avail.
     



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  2. ellie0416

    ellie0416 Lurker

    Hello, the photo galary and music player of my nexus s does not recognize media files moved from my computer, but the music player shows and plays songs if they were downloaded directly from internet.
    My service provider suggested me to call samgsung but i haven't try that yet. Have you solved the problem by any chance?

    Cheers
     
  3. himynameisrog

    himynameisrog Lurker

    Hi guys,
    Having same issue here, have there been any resolution to this issue?

    Thanks.
     
  4. ellie0416

    ellie0416 Lurker

    to play undetected music: Music Folder Player
    to view undetected photo: QuickPic

    I've tried reboot my nexus s, rescan the sd, non of them worked, finally found the above apps (both are free) to replace photo gallery and music player. The only complaint is my lyric app doesn't sync with music folder player
     

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The Nexus S release date was December 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, Hummingbird processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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