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Songs are skipping

Only some of my downloaded songs are skipping through the song like a CD would skip if dirty. I have tried reseting & also fix using the Device Manager. Neither have worked. What do I do?

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If you're songs are in wma format, the license has expired

Use mp3 formatted songs and you won't have these types of problems

WMA is temporary, Mp3 is forever

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

  • Tarun55 Apr 17, 2011

    I too had the same problem with my GoGear Aria 8GB. But fortunately i got a stange solution. I checked that the problem started coming after updating its firmware. So I suspected that compatibility with new settings might be poor. The problem of stittering songs was general with all the song tracks. However, the songs that came preloaded were playing well.
    Later I realized that when I was prompted to backup the contents during firmware update the songs were corrupted during backup & retreiving back to my mp3 player. When i transfered the songs again from the original source the problem was solved. The problem could not be resolved otherwise by repeated reset, repair & even by relieving memory overload.

    Do post here if this works well or proves otherwise helpful to you too.

    Thanks!

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