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Motorola q i just ordered a motorola q thats originally from verizon,but its been flashed to cricket...Its been working fine,but i have been exploring everything in it, because i didnt recieve any guides or anything. So i have been trying to figure everything out on my own. (its been really fun) The windows media player on the phone was playing all the music i put on there, and now all the sudden it wont. It says its playing it...but I dont hear anything, My phone still plays the music when i recieve phone calls, but the wmp won't let me hear any of the music. Any suggestions?

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Re: motorola q

Perchance in the "exploring" you accidentally set something awry.
Go back through it...and check all the settings. With a typical cell phone worst case you lose an hour of life. You might also check to see if you can download the instruction manual from motorola (probable). Just go to help and support or downloads.

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