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My nokia n95 8gb stutters heavily (as though its struggling to play them) when playing tracks i have sent over from my pc (in aac format). it doesnt do it on sound clips ive recorded using the phone, only on files ive sent over from my computer. any help would be appreciated, thankyou! phil

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Just try to use mp3's

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