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I have a Motorola KRZR k1m - I have a sd card in it with my songs loaded on it and have always been able to play my music with the mp3 player on it, suddenly the mp3 player quit working what could be wrong?

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The program could have been corrupt due to an immense amount of scripts that were written when each song played. What you might need to do is do a soft reset on your phone. Take the card out of the phone and take the battery out for about a minute. Place it back in and try to start the player. If the player doesnt start then put the memory card in then try to start it.

The last resort would be to erase everything on the phone so that everything goes back to manufacturers settings, the player would work then but you would need to save your phone numbers, and pictures, and videos, before doing that because everything will be erased.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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