PLEASE HELP! Most mp3's cannot be recognized after upgrading to FROYO.

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  1. phatneff

    phatneff Member

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    that didn't work, either. it would scan and then reboot my phone..........every time. still wasn't able to "find" my media files.

    This can't be only a Froyo issue because the rest of the rooted world would have gone nuts about this already. It only seems to be some of us. It would be nice if someone that isn't having this problem could address it and help us resolve it, or a ROM developer could tell us what might be wrong.
     
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    this might be a silly question, but the directory where your mp3's are located, it doesn't have a file called ".nomedia" does it?
     
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    No. However, I have several ".nomedia" files on my sdcard but are in different folders. What does that file do? Should I remove all instances of that file?
     
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    basically, if the gallery or music player sees .nomedia, it ignores anything in that directory (not sure about subdirectories - i think the file has to be in each specific directory and does NOT apply to subs, but not 100% for sure)
     
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    My issue was caused be a single MP4 video file. Phone would freeze up randomly and none of my music would appear. I discovered it by formatting my phone and adding stuff back to the memory card incrementally.
     
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    I installed Meridian and it saw my mp3's through it's browser. However, when i went to the Songs tab, it said the list was empty. I then went back to the folder through the browser and tried playing that way by selecting the file. It said "ROM file type is not supported". It was an mp3 file. WTF?!?!?!?
     
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    Is this Froyo on Droid X?
     
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    It's Froyo.

    Ok, I fixed it. I copied my whole sd card to my computer and then formatted it. After it was done formatting, I put the Music folder back on and the songs were recognized. Should have done that a long time ago like someone told me!
     
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    How are you on Froyo on Droid X if I may ask?

    UPDATE: Never mind I did a search and found some threads... I use Macs and honestly, I don't think I want to go through that entire process.
     
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    I misread your question (thought it was or and not on).

    It's not on Droid X.
     
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