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I want to play mp3 music files from a sd/mmc card via the front of my Woodstock DAB54 radio. The radio will not read the sd card/files saying 'error reading mmc'. The sd card I tried to play is the one from my HTC TyTn11 mobile phone/pda, (2gb)with albums transferred from my PC. Any suggestions?

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Be sure card filesystem is FAT.
Try 1GB or less card.

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Hello All, I think I may have a solution for the 'Playback Error'problem with the LG CF360. Below, I have put the steps that caused my phone tohave the error and then the steps I took to get rid of the error. Firstly, my CF 360 worked well for hours of playing songswithout any error. Then, after I did the following steps, the error happenedover and over.
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