I have the Droid 2 and I am having a bad time with my music. Mine came up with the cannot play this file type message and I have all MP3's. However when I rebooted mine phone all the songs were gone and there is a crap load of someting that I don't recognize in the "lost File." I have been working on this problem for hours. I have a 32gb sd card and the forst few times I Tried to synch music I used the mass storge way but the last time I used the windows Media synch mode. I even tried Verizons worthless Media Manager. Anybody got any ideals?
- 09-14-2010, 07:04 PM #2
I am thinking that my Sd card is bad. I got this 32 gb card off of ebay which came from China and not Austrailia like it was supposed to. Any way it was open when I got it and it was supposed to have been a new card. I thnk it is the card because I put the 8 gb card back in the phone. It had some music files that I had purt on it while I was waiting for the 32 gb one it works fine and plays the music.
- 09-15-2010, 04:50 AM #4
I got an app "Astro" that let's U look and tinker with files on ur SD card. There is a lot of "stuff" on what I thought was an empty card. Perhaps U have to copy that stuff onto the new card for it to work prolery.
I added two folders to mine from my. Computer, music and videos. But when I look at the sd card in astro there are way more folders and files there than I see on computer.
- 09-15-2010, 07:12 AM #5
- 910 Posts
Last edited by pool_shark; 09-15-2010 at 07:18 AM.
- 09-15-2010, 02:31 PM #6
- 09-16-2010, 01:44 PM #8
- 360 Posts
Re: Music Problems
Having dealt with 2 32GB cards on the DX both were buggy from the get go. I ended up formatting as NTFS, then back to FAT32 with the 'Quick' option unchecked.
Not all card readers are equal, try another reader, another pc. If your digital camera will support hc try formatting it there, then again on the pc.
When you get your replacement, format as it FAT32 prior to inserting it into your phone. I ended up with boot loops and needed to do a factory reset when I skipped this step.
Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk
- 09-16-2010, 05:02 PM #9
- 469 Posts
My only solution was to reboot my phone. Everything was fine after that. The only thing I've done differently that I could think of that when I connected my phone to my old XP computer after my main went down with a malfunction.
Well verizon sent me a new phone. I formated my card on the computer and then put my music on it staight from the computer 1500 songs. I put the card in the phone and turned it on to find that it would show less than half of th songs I put on the card. I am comming to the conclusion that the phone cant handle either the 32 gb card or that many songs. My 8 gb card workd fine but of course I cant put 1500 songs on it. 1500 songs equal 10 gigs.
- 10-27-2010, 11:59 AM #11
- 11-17-2010, 04:04 PM #12