Question about Cell Phones
Just a thought: perhaps your card slot gets disabled whilst in stand-by, as part of the power management procedure. Probably, after you wake your phone up, after a little while, your songs will play as ringtones again. Try to copy them to your phone's internal memory, instead (and delete them from the card, so that they won't show doubled).
Hope it works for you.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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