Mac and Droid x???

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  1. Kiranda

    Kiranda New Member

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    Hey everyone... I thought I successfully transfered music from my Itunes library onto my phone. Everything seemed fine I listened to the music through the speaker phone.. Then like everything else I fiddled with my phone and went to the gym plug in my headphones and when I tried to listen to my songs it says sorry this player does not support this type of audio file.. So I went home and deleted all my songs ( which does anyone know how to do this without go through each song) . Transfered the music again into my music folder and again same message does not support this type of audio file...:mad:.... What the heck...

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    I was getting the same error. I removed the battery while the phone was still on, and removed the sd card, tried again and it started working.
     
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    Usually turning the power off then back on will fix that problem.

    Also, you can delete all the songs at once by connecting your x to your mac, opening the music folder, and dragging all the songs to the trash.

    Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums App
     
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    Thanks musicman.. Yes i read someplace else about the battery I did it and it worked.. Seems to be a popular issue.... Wish I would have known before I deleted all songs and then reloaded them..lol
     
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