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Not supported format

I just bought my smasung K3 today. i downloaded songs on it, but when i go to play them it says " not supported format" and the music wont play. i dont know what to do

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  • giovannilock Sep 30, 2008

    i get a unsupported content type when i try to download music on my samsung my shot phone schr430 help

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Well whats happening is the mp3 player doesnt support that file but if you go to Windows Media PLayer somtimes it will actually change the music format. Or if you're downloading your tracks you could try getting your tracks off cd's. When you downloading songs off the internet I'd suggest using Lime Wire.

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