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loopyludo 11-03-2008 04:19 PM

Nokia music player
 
I added some tracks (MP3) onto my memory card, refreshed the list and they popped into the available tracks that I had in music player.
I then converted them to AAC+V2 on my PC and changed the album (Album name was too long to be read quickly by me) info before deleting them from Music player. I deleted the MP3's and replaced with the AAC's, I refreshed music player which picked up the new tracks and Album name.
However it still lists the old album names in addition to the new ones. If I select Options -> Delete and confirm the delete I get a General feature not supported error message.
I would love to get rid of the additional info as it is across three albums now so difficult to chose which one is right. If I remove the memory card all of the album names disappear as I would expect, trouble is I can't find where on the memory card this info is stored.

randomfan 11-03-2008 04:24 PM

I assume you've tried an Option -> Refresh?

loopyludo 11-03-2008 04:26 PM

Apologies, yes I have tried Options -> Refresh and it returns 0 files added

munkiii 11-03-2008 05:26 PM

you've got an N95 8gb havent you...

look for the search button near the top...

try searching for "n95 8gb music delete" and see what the first result is...

loopyludo 12-03-2008 08:30 AM

No I have the N95 classic, however I followed your advice and the information contained in that post and everything is now sorted. Many thanks it would appear that the classic and 8Gb use the same file structure for the music player.

munkiii 12-03-2008 08:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loopyludo (Post 368865)
No I have the N95 classic, however I followed your advice and the information contained in that post and everything is now sorted. Many thanks it would appear that the classic and 8Gb use the same file structure for the music player.

i have never had this problem on my n95 classic, deleted a music folder through Y-Browser and then checked Music Player and the album has gone from the list.

Using the latest debranded firmware aswel.


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