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Purchased HTCF3188 one month back.Inserted 8GB micro SD card.Problem with media player.It does not read the songs/photo/ video in the sd card.It reads immediately after the songs/photos downloaded but after sometime of idleness it fails to read. The phone has to be shutdown. After restarting it,it continues to read the files till the media player is active.Every morning I have to shutdown and restart the phone in order to enable the media player.

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