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Support S2 Not reading Audio files..

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KValor, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. KValor

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    So recently I purchased a 32GB Kingston Micro SD card. I loaded it up with music and threw it into the phone, upon turning the phone back on, I noticed that a VERY small portion of the music actually made it onto the phone. When I plugged it back into my computer the songs were all gone. At first I thought this was a card issue, as I ordered it off ebay and was not 100% sure of the quality.

    However after I connected my S2 to my PC and synced up a large portion of my library to my phone, again, onto the SD card. This time they remained on the card, taking up space, however nearly all of them will not play. It says "Sorry the player does not support this type of audio files" they are all Mp3 files..

    Is there a codec I can download to make the songs playable or..? I'm honestly just confused here, I figured it would all be drag and drop done. I will try adding the files that will not play directly onto the phones storage, to see if that helps any but I have my doubts..

    Also already downloaded a different Music player to see if that would help, it of course didn't.

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    KValor - Unrooted Samsung Galaxy S2
     

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    if theyre all mp3 files, its definitely a problem with ur card. do u have another working card in some device that u could use to test? or like mentioned above, u could try the internal sd card..
     

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