"Ghost" data splicing with songs when I put them on my phone.

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  1. Zovc

    Zovc New Member

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    I'm running Cyanogenmod 9 on a Droid X. I use Apollo as my music player because it came with CM9. I manage my music on my desktop via USB connection.

    Lately, when I put new music on my phone, it gets corrupted with 'ghost' data from old, deleted tracks I previously had on my phone. For example, every time I play "Packetman" by Digital Underground, at about 00:24, "Hanukkah, Hanukkah" by Barenaked Ladies starts playing from its 00:24.

    I'm not sure how to troubleshoot this issue, but it has repeated for a few other tracks since. I'm not sure if it's my micro SD card, or my phone getting old, or Cyanogenmod not liking Droid X's. If anyone could help me get to the bottom of this, I'd very much appreciate it.