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Bluetoothed mp3 Tells me that one of my mp3s is corrupt whenever I try to play it. The only option I get is to delete it, but when I try to, it says Task Not Allowed File is in use.

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Delete it from file manager or gallery a fresh start or delete it using computer conectivety

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if this still doesn't work try resetting your ipod and then while the apple logo is displayed hold the menu and middle button to get into diagnostic mode. From there pick FlashScan to test the internal memory

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