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Downloading music into Kingston 2GB SD card on Nokia 6234

I am having difficulty downloading a AAC music file onto the Kingston 2GB SD card installed in NOkia 6234. I get 'corrupted file' error message on the phone when I go to play it.

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It's possibly not properly formatted type of AAC file that uploaded into your cellphone, that when you try to play the cellphone cannot support to play it and that it gives a messages like corrupted type of file..

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