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I had the same problem with my phone. Your phone probably doesn't support mp3 files with a higher bitrate than 192 kbps. You should convert your non-supported mp3s to a lower bitrate. To identify which bitrate is supported right click to a music file wich is playeable select properties and then details, there you should find: bitrate: x kbps. Try looking at more file's bitrate to find which one is the highest. For converting the non-supported files to lower bitrates please follow: http://www.mgtek.com/dopisp/manual/html/dptskConvertMP3sToALowerBitrate.html
I hope it helps.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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