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1st February 2014, 03:43 PM   |  #1  
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hello, im not sure wnere i can post things but I recently put a 64gb card in my phone and had a bunch of files with music and one day in poweramp lots of files would not play, so i went to files to see if i could play them there, but lots of the files showed 0.00 bytes Im not sure how to fix this a d any help would be appreciated

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Do you have more information? What ROM are you running, has the ROM been updated recently? I can't really tell you what to do without more information.

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Originally Posted by Tgdonkey

hello, im not sure wnere i can post things but I recently put a 64gb card in my phone and had a bunch of files with music and one day in poweramp lots of files would not play, so i went to files to see if i could play them there, but lots of the files showed 0.00 bytes Im not sure how to fix this a d any help would be appreciated

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Hopefully you have a recent back up of your sdcard...

Wipe/format the sdcard, and then put your files back on it...

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