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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by eagle670, Oct 22, 2014.

  1. eagle670

    eagle670 Newbie
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    I transferred some files to my external sd card and some of the music files are now corrupted and will not play. When I look at the files, the file size is what they should be, but when I click on them to play, I get an error that says the file format is unreadable or the player will not play this type of file format.

    Anyone have any ideas as to how to fix these?

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  2. DaisFlaque

    DaisFlaque Android Expert

    Sounds pretty normal of a computer to mess something up.. can try to redownload.
  3. aven4d

    aven4d Newbie

    hello my sd card is corrupting files

    it first takes in some music and even videos, but when i reach a certain point it starts to crush the files now,help
  4. 6th_Hokage

    6th_Hokage Android Enthusiast

    i know this is late but this happens to my external 64 GB card not really my internal 16 GB the reason being is that i regularly format my internal.....so it could be a long shot but make sure "everything" in on your PC/Mac then format your SD either internal or external depending which of the two you have then re-sync the "everything" and hopefully your files won't be corrupted and i noticed that if the MP3 files are corrupt in TW doesn't matter the player then it will play on AOSP and on your PC/Mac

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