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File format not supporting

Sir/mam,i cant play some songs on my L7 phone in the middle of the song an error occurs"file format not supporting" what is the solution for this.?
and if a solution how to do it.?please cab you help me.?

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Aki1,

You have to change the BIT RATE of the SONG.
The higher the bit rate, the clearer the sound can be.

since L7 can support only up to 192(in some songs) the best bit rate for the L7 is 128.
you need a music file converter to change the bit rate. You may download one from the net.

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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