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PlayerPro or any other music player read off SD card?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Jamieb123, May 30, 2011.

  1. Jamieb123

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    Hi, I got the trial of player pro and was thinking about buying it. But I cant get it to read the music on my micro SD card, it only finds the music on the internal memory. Does anyone know how to make player pro the see the music on the card or if not what app does.
    It seems this must just be my problem as I cant believe they would make a app which couldn't use the micro sd.
    Im using an Archos 43
     

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    I don't know about PlayerPro, but I use PowerAmp, it works great.
     
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    I'm using PlayerPro and it reads off my 16GB microSD out of the box. Maybe your MicroSD is corrupted? Try reformatting the card or another card if you can
     
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    Probably your sd card...
     
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    Naaaa It's not ure SD card. Got the same problem with a new 32 microsd. You may have noticed that even though ProPlayer won't go back to any root folder before mnt/, it will still play songs from ure microsd card, in the playlists.

    Vplayer has an option where you can chose until the root folder to chose a main folder and there you have access to removables. Pro Player don't. It's a software problem.
     
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    Nonsense, Playerpro plays all songs from my external SD card without any problem. Moreover, you can even set a particular folder on your external SD card (and all the contents within) as your Player Pro music library.
     
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    Well, mine plays off the sd card fine, but doesn't recognize the internal drive on my Incredible. Why is it so hard to find a music app, (a good one), that can see both?
     
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    I've tried just about all of the players from the Market and I only really liked one of them, which was PlayerPro. However, it claims to support FLAC format, but it doesn't. I did notice though that in the options it does allow you to choose a specific folder to look for your music.

    Funny I should find this thread after uninstalling PlayerPro not more than 10 minutes ago.
     

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