All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 10-06-2008, 03:31 PM
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N95 Music player problem (not 8GB)

Hello,

My N95 music player refuses to completely delete the available music. Meaning there's a long list of artists/albums in the music player, none of which have actual mp3s attached, and when I select an artist/album to delete the error message "General: Feature not supported" appears.

Tried the playlist 'Refresh' option, no luck with that either.

What gives?? I love the music player (and the BH-503 BT headphones) but my music 'collection' on the phone looks an absolute mess because it's full of ghost artists that I've long since deleted.

Any help greatly appreciated.

SM

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Old 11-06-2008, 08:20 AM
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this is a bug i think, there are a few threads about this on here somewhere

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Old 12-06-2008, 05:08 AM
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I want to say that N95 is very powerful in various functions before writing the instruction. Generally any video can be played easily. However, there is no perfect thing and sometimes, some problems will also come up. My N95’s capability is 8G.

Part one: Video Compression: rm, rmvb
1. Most movies downloaded from the internet are RM videos or RMVB videos. And MTV mainly is WMV videos.
2. I will require the higher movie effects when enjoying the movies. After converting movies into AVI videos, if you want to reserve the high quality of the image and the

audio, then the converted movie will take up much memory space. Taking <NARUTO> as an example, as for the same quality movie clip, AVI requires 270M, while RMVB just requires 70M.

EasyReal Media Producer
Downloading address: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multime...Producer.shtml

You can install the software on your PC and launch it.
1. Click “Add” button to choose the movies that you need.
2. Click the chosen movie to start set the parameters. (Below is the screenshot)

3. Specify where to save your converted files.
4. Start to compress the files.

Notes: In Picture 1 the settings with the red circle are very important. You know it is best to set FPS between 20 and 25. If higher, the picture will be stuck and if lower, it will affect the quality. In addition, video codec is set as RealVideo8 and picture is set as 320*240.

Part two: Video Conversion: converting DVD, YouTube, ASF, WMV to 3GP or MP4 for playback.

About DVD Ripping:
There are too many guides or software to complete this task, such as DVD decrypter, DVDshrink, and so on. But these software all just can decrypt them into the hard drive as the VOB files. For N95, it can not play them directly. Therefore, we still need the 3rd party software to complete the conversion. Of course, there are much shareware to rip DVD into MP4. I make a comparison here: http://www.redkawa.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5850

About YouTube flv video:
You can get more here:
http://www.esato.com/board/viewtopic...162969&start=0
As long as you set the appropriate bit rate, N95 won’t have the problem that too much bit rate cause unsuccessful playback as it is very powerful.

About common video conversion:
There are both shareware and freeware in the market. In my opinion, Super is OK. The downloading address is here:http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

Among these sharewares, Pavtube Video Converter is better.
Downloading address: http://www.pavtube.com/video_converter
How to use it: http://www.pavtube.com/video_converter/guide/

Part three: N95 video players

1. CorePlayer? Mobile and Pro are at the center of the CoreCodec? Universe for manipulating multimedia content on your desktop, mobile phone, portable media player, PDA, GPS, or convergence device. CorePlayer is designed to be a next-generation multimedia platform that will extend upon what you thought were limits in playing back fluid multimedia, with its simple yet extremely powerful interface and features that is designed to empower the CoreCodec Community.
Download at: http://www.coreplayer.com/

2. Smartmovie3.41
SmartMovie is a video player for your mobile device, with counterpart PC converter utility. With the converter, you may prepare any video clip for playback on your mobile device. Video converter compatible with AVI, MPG, MPEG, WMV and M1V SmartMovie is a video player for your mobile device, with counterpart PC converter utility. With the converter, you may prepare any video clip for playback on your mobile device.
Download at: http://smartmovie-symbian.en.softonic.com/symbian

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Old 13-06-2008, 05:41 PM
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Hi Sulphur Man, to reset the music library please try the following:

1) Connect the phone in "Data transfer" mode to your PC.
2) Delete the two files in "E:\private\101FFC31" (called "mpxv1.mpd" and "pcv5.mpd").
3) Delete the one file in "E:\private\101ffca9" (called "harvesterdb.dat").
4) Disconnect the phone from the PC and run the Music Player on the phone.
5) Wait a while for the app to startup. It will be rebuilding the library......
6) Just to be sure, select "Refresh".

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Old 26-09-2008, 10:05 PM
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Please help.
I can't find the files you're telling me to delete.
I go onto my computer, and then mass memory, and then I just get images, my videos etc.
What do I go on?

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Old 27-09-2008, 02:40 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by duffy1207 View Post
Please help.
I can't find the files you're telling me to delete.
I go onto my computer, and then mass memory, and then I just get images, my videos etc.
What do I go on?
Do you have a standard PC? If so you must enable the display of "hidden" files from within Windows Explorer:

Tools - Folder Options - View tab - select "Show hidden files and folders"
 

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