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Root MP3's are not recognised.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by xXGalaxyXx, Nov 27, 2010.

  1. xXGalaxyXx

    xXGalaxyXx Member
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    My Galaxy S doesn't recognise my MP3 files, although they are listed and in order in the player.
    When I click play, a message comes up and say's "This file does not exist".
    I connected my phone to the PC and clicked on a file and it works okay.

    Any suggestions to solve this will be greatly appreciated.

    BTW the files are in the 'external SD' folder.

    (2.2 Froyo)
     

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  2. xXGalaxyXx

    xXGalaxyXx Member
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    Please mark as Solved.
    Thanks.
     
  3. buttchinbill

    buttchinbill New Member
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    I am having the exact same problem with my captivate. What did you do to fis this problem. AT&T seems to think that it is my fault when i didnt do anything but add files that i bought from amazon mp3 so i made sure that they were not corrupted files. This problem is driving me crazy.
     
  4. xXGalaxyXx

    xXGalaxyXx Member
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    Hi Sorry for the late response, to tell you the truth I can't remember how I fixed it, I was messing with it in Samsung's Software "Kies".
     
  5. snapper.fishes

    snapper.fishes Well-Known Member
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    Did you try restarting your phone?
     
  6. robogo

    robogo Well-Known Member
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    The aforementioned problem happened to me last night, a reboot of the phone sorted things out.
     

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