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File format not supported.... I can't play a mp3 file on my phone despite changing name already

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Try to delete the file or mp3. after deleting the file transfer another mp3 file using a cable or by bluetooth.
this phone supports MP3/AAC/M4A however if your file e.g is not supported and you just rename it it wont work because it was not originally written in the file format that you device can handle.

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