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MP3 Player freezes

I have a micro sd card and I have put music on it, all MP3 format. There is one cd however, no matter which song I attempt to play, causes the phone to freeze up and I have to take the battery out to make it function again. Is it just that CD? why?

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  • Rick Kyocera Apr 14, 2008

    Same thing. Just freezes up and have to remove battery. Will try removing all punctuation and symbols in all fields

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Before transferring your music to your slider sonic you need to make sure that your music files don't have any special characters such as &,#,(,),$, etc.; for this will cause your phone to freeze.

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Posted on Mar 09, 2008

Before transferring your music into it's phone; in it's current location, right click on the white background, go to view and then click on details. Now you should be able to see more detailed information about your songs. The next thing you should do is right click on the on gray bar column where it defines the name of your song, the artist name, and the size, etc., etc. Right click on the song you want to transfer over to your phone. Song names cannot include any symbols for it will cause your phone to freeze as you have mentioned. I was once in your situation. You can either do it this way or rename your music files with Itunes or any other program.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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