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Old 09-12-2007, 08:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Media player loses mp3 tags with auto on/off

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This is my first post. I came here looking for help.

Is anyone else having a problem where the MP3 metadata (tags) are lost when using auto on/off. If I reboot by removing the battery they all come back. When the BB turns off automatically at night and then back on in the morning, all are lost until I reboot. For example I can drill down from artist to album to songs or albums|album names until the auto on/off then it either says "No albums" or "No songs". I have not been able to find any other cases or mention of this problem.

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