Question about Samsung SGH-D500 Cellular Phone
After downloading a song to memory card, when i tried to start my music player it showed a message showing "unable to rebuild database and access musicplayer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: saving problem
Go to message setting and Change the memory in use to memory card instead of Phone
in your phone it is using phone memory for incoming messages ,. THatis the Problem,
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
go to message menu then press options and press settings and come down to other press that and change the memory options to memory card instead of phone memory hope it works
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
Sprint currently has a music store outage. Many music store users are getting an error M508. You can try reformatting your card and putting the music back on it by websyncing them back ((music player>menu>websync)), but I'd wait a day and try again.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: Files hidden in memory card
open any folder in your pc. click on tools -- folder ---option -- view. select show hidden files and folders. deselect hide extension for known file types. de-select hide protected operating system files. Now you can view your hidden songs files. Kindly use attrib command with *.* option through command prompt with -s -h option to convert them back to normal files. Kindly do comment back if you don't know how to use cmd prompt. I'll post the complete procedure.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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