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MP3 player on phone

I cannot get my phone to recognize audio files on my micro sd card. It will recognize the first song that is synced to it and then it only has empty folders for the rest. I don't know what I am doing wrong. So far I can only play 3 Doors Down other songs off the same album or anything else I don't get it. Please help.

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Sometimes draging the whole folder of mp3 files to your mmc doesnt copy the the file of each song accurate, try to copy it individually, If not work try to reset your phone to factory settings mode.

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