The music player on my phone just one day stopped working. The default soudns all work like the text msg sound, and default ringtones. just the music that i sownloaded on the phone doesnt. I redownloaded them still nothing. Got someone to bluetooth them, still nothing. The song starts for 4 secs, with no sound, then automatically stops. Someone please help.
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Some cell phones are very picky about what type of files (audio, video, e-book/text) they work with. This sounds like an mp3 coding issue. I have an older mp3 player that only works with 128kbit mp3. Check you manual.
install all music on to the device, then go into music player, it will come up please wait or loading or similair. Wait until it has finished, this could take hours or minutes, then once it is opened the first time it should be ok the rest. Dan
Open the music player. Press the left selection button and select Music library. Scroll down to select Update library. This will update the MP3 files to the library. If there is any MP3 file deleted or missing, it will be removed from the list from the music player.
Just select one of the MP3 file in your memory card and open it. It should work with media player. If it works with media player then the problem will be with the music player.
If this happens, go to Settings and select Restore factory settings and it will ask a password. Type 12345, and it will restore the settings to default. Then open the music player and update the library and it should work.
Make sure you have MP3 files in your memory card. Click one of the MP3 file and open it directly, it should play with media player.
Now, open the Music player and press left select button and select Music library. In the Music library menu scroll down and select Update library. This will update your music player song list and it should work.
If this does not work and if there is any settings changed in the music player, select the Settings icon, and select Restore factory settings. This will ask you a password enter 12345 and it will restore the settings of your mobile to default.