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Help my mp3 player on my phone wont recognize any music on the card ?  i can go through the sounds in settings and see everything on my card !!  its a motorola rokr z6m i believe its a cdma version of the gsm !

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Take out the Micro SD card. then power off ur cell phone. Turn it back on then send like a text or something, then insert ur Sd card again, and check for ur music player...Did it work, I had to do this to mine...I also did a master reset which erased all the games I had paid for and downloaded! Im trying to click on the MY STUFF tab and it wont let me! Are u having this problem?

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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    Also it gave me a message that my sd card was not formatted, and the option to format it, so I clicked "OK". but htat was before I did the taking out and powering off of my cell... let me know how it goes!

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U should load music to the music folder on the card ... same thing had happened to me in the diff motorolla model ...

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