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Wont play music on sd card

I put the sd car into the phone, and pluged the phone into the computer and synced musi to itthen i unplugged it, i went to music and it said theres no music, i tried using the bigger card you put the micro in and it said the musics on there. Why wont it sa i have music on my phone? ~samsung intensity~ please help!

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Its just a simple problem! the phone player reads the music files only in the MUSIC folder so, u must have put the music directly to the card which will be there on the card but outside. move the music in the folder named MUSIC and then try refreshing your phone playlist it will find all the songs!!!

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