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Problem with moto droid recognizing music files

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by BigRussDaGOD, Jan 16, 2010.

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    i have a moto droid. i was able to load it up with albums no problem on my old pc running windows xp, never had a problem. i got a new laptop for xmas and when i copy albums to the droid it does not recognize the file. not just some file, the entire album. this includes cds i own, ripped in windows media player and albums ive downloaded. can anyone shed some light on this problem??
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    oh and all the files are mp3 320 kbps so format is not the issue.
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    Same problem. I think it may be a liscence issue of some sorts. When I was copying the music files over, I remember seeing an error message along the lines of "this file may only be copied # times". Now when I copy them over it says "some of the properties of this file cannot be copied. Do you still want to copy?" If I select yes, it copies the file over. I can see the music file/song on my music playe, but when I select it to play, it usually says "file not found"

    Any Ideas?