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I have a Nokia 6315i phone. It has in it a 1GB micro SD card. I use the card for music. Yesterday, most of the songs started playing in slow motion. I took it in and the SD card did the same thing in the Verizon guy's blackberry. He gave me a new card. I went to the gym, and it started doing it again. I thought it was the phone and I made arrangements to replace it.

Meanwhile, I had an LG6800 that I dumped water on several months ago and stopped working. Just for kicks, I took it out thinking "wouldn't it be nice if it started working". Low and behold, it turned on. I put in the SD card and it played songs in slow motion.

So, I'm thinking that the Nokia has begun eating up the memory cards and making them screwed up, no matter what phone they go in. How is this possible? I mean, it's not like it's a tape or something. What do you guys think?
    
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This might sound corny, but, have you tried taking the battery out of your phone? And, check to see if there's a way to flash your phone and still be able to keep your contacts. This may very well require you to go up to your phone service provider and ask to back up your data.

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I might try the flash thing, as I don't have a ton of contacts in my phone. And yes, I took the battery out t few times in both phones and it didn't help. I just don't understand why two phones made the same malfunction.
    
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Another weird thing is that the Nokia is burning out headphones. I've gone through three sets of headphones and they all lost a channel at one point. My third set is plugged in and has to have the plug turned a certain way in order to hear both ears.
    
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Could it be that my Media Player is messing the songs up upon transfer? Because I tried the new memory card in three phones and it messes up in all of them. I transferred one of the problem songs to the phone's internal memory, but it still messes up.

It seemed like my Nokia was Corrupting memory cards, so that when I got a new one, it corrupted it. But now, I'm thinking that the transfer from my PC to the phone may be messed up. Any Ideas on how to check/fix it?
    
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Are there any other programs that will sync up with my verizon phone other than media player? It just feels like this problem is more about the transfer than anything else. I am going to try some other USB slots, too.
    
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Did a complete re-install of windows and it fixed the problem. I guess after installing the V Cast software, it thought my ripped CDs were stolen, so it would corrupt them during the transfer process. That's my guess.
    
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Do you drag and drop in windows or use the nokia suite?

If the samplerate is changing when you transfer to your phone it would make the music slow down or speed up.

Did it work prior to this problem?

I have a Nokia 6265i and I have it synced with my pc using bluetooth. Just drag and drop files. You can also sync up your contacts and calender with Office 2007. Alot easier than putting all the info in with the numeric keypad.

Very useful to keep projects, bills, tasks and due dates right there and set reminder alarms and whatnot.
Edited by OpticWaves - 6/1/08 at 12:45pm
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Ive never heard of nokia suite. I just drag and drop music files into media player. But whatever it was, I fixed it by re-installing windows.
    
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