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Certain format of songs do not get uploaded on my nokia N 95

I down loaded a few songs from the net and then transferred them to my phone ....they were in RM format......they didnt gt loaded to my phone's music rather they got stored in images...when i play them they play with a break...and i have to play them again.i cant add them to any playlist also.and i have to go back to list and then play....how can i make them play in music gallery as the other songs..............please help

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  • ddimple_ds Feb 07, 2009

    does that mean i cant play my favourite music the way i want..........

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The support of Real Media is restricted to real audio 9 ONLY. and at a bit rate of 64kbps.

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Hopefully this helped!
Please contact me if you need any more help!

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