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Audio I have a 512 Transflash card which I filled with music, which was all working. All MP3 Files as it won't play WMA. But . . . Now it keeps bringing up the message: 'File has Unidentifiable information. Delete?' Usually I'm good with this stuff, but can't work this one out. Please help me???

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Re: Audio

I had to same problem once and awhile, and I found out that the file types, although were mp3's, were converted improperly and would not play on my phone.

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