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Hiphone mp3 I have 94 songs on my sd card, but only 15 of them show up on my mp3 player. When I look at the status of the card, it shows that the card is nearly full, but will only pull of a few of the songs. When I plug it into my computer, all of the songs are there. What is up with this?

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What that means is that some of the songs are formated different and the player cant interface with the format. i have a phone with a mp3 player intergrated to it all the songs will play on the phone , but i take it and put in my other dvd/mp3 player and all the songs play except for 2 i figured it out the 2 songs are formated different. so the only way to fix this problem is go on your computer and re download the formated songs like the 15 that work. please rate this

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