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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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