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LG Chocolate 3 won't read my Micro SD card full of MP3s!

I have used the SD micro card before to transfer mp3 songs and podcasts from my Macbook to my LG Chocolate 3 phone. But now it doesn't work: I took off old podcasts I was done listening to by deleting them from the SD card when it was in the USB adapter inserted into my Macbook port, and then I added new songs and podcasts to the card. But when I put the card into the phone, suddenly the phone said I had NO songs and NO podcasts. Every category shows up as empty -- under "songs", "genres", "artists", etc., it just says "Add Songs to Play Music", as if there's nothing there at all. ARGH. My computer says that there's tons of stuff on the card, but none of it shows up on the phone now. What do I do????

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Ok, I figured it out. Well, ok, maybe I didn't figure it out, but I did solve the problem -- by making sure everything on the SD card was backed up, and then reformatting it. Then I put all my MP3's back into the "my_music" folder on the card, and it all showed up on the phone -- finally!

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