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Topic # 11207 9-Jan-2007 18:04
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I have a nokia 6265.  I have a selection of .mp3 on my laptop.  when i copy them onto the phone some of them will not play and i get a message that says "file format not supported", the same problems prevents me from converting them to the ACC format, then copying them.

any ideas appreciated as I cant work out what the difference may be.

tks

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  Reply # 57367 9-Jan-2007 18:16
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Do you mean AAC instead of ACC?

Perhaps your files are lossless, or variable bit rate, or some weird mutation of MP3? Or too high a bitrate? It wouldnt surprise me if the phone couldnt handle some specs of Mp3.

Try putting the offenders into a folder, then use detail view to try and find a common unusual thread between them?




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  Reply # 57420 9-Jan-2007 22:31
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Hi Tony, I have had a look at the 'properties' of the files and cant find anything consistant that would indicate what the problem might be.

george

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