1. AC Question's Avatar
    So, I bought this off-brand Micro SD for my dad to put in his LG Ultimate 2. I've had the worst time with it, because initially, the music wouldn't show up on his phone even when the file was within the Micro SD. Well, after figuring out that I had transfer it via USB, I had more success. . .until I tried to play the music.

    Most of the music comes up with the error "Sorry, this song cannot be played" and pretty much any of them that do play either are high pitched, sped up, or skip parts of the song.

    I might just ask for a refund on this Micro SD and buy a name brand one, but I still don't understand why this is happening? Do you think its the phone, the Micro SD, or the way things transferred?

    NOTE: All my music files are MP3 and the phone DOES support the Class 10 32GB I'm using.
    01-08-2016 04:09 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Off-brand or no-name SD cards are more likely to be defective or counterfeit. Use SD Insight to see if it's legitimate or counterfeit. If it's legitimate, then insert it into your computer and run chkdsk to look for bad sectors: [GUIDE] Using chkdsk to fix a corrupted SD card

    In the future, stick with well-established brands like SanDisk, Samsung, Toshiba, and Lexar (among others). Avoid buying them from random eBay sellers or other questionable sources. If it's dirt cheap, it's probably too good to be true.
    01-08-2016 05:22 PM
  3. dpham00's Avatar
    You can try to use h2testw.
    01-08-2016 05:23 PM

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