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    Error when deleted an .mid audio file...?!?! HELP

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    Okay, yesterday my friend sent me a ringtone he made on his phone to mine via bluetooth, the file was .mid and I've had no problem playing them in the past.

    Well my issue is that I tried playing it, but I got a message that it was unable to be displayed. So then I tried deleting it, and I got this error (image attached).

    Can someone help? How do I get this off my phone?

    thanks!!
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    Looks like it is on your media card.

    Have you tried using Mass Storage Mode to delete it from your desktop?
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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ pull the battery out that happen to me before

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    GaryF....No, I haven't tried that..but I will, can you guide me to a how to (If possible) I've never done this before.

    and capo14, tried that..didn't work (thanks though)!!

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~ try this, plug your BB to ur PC go to "my computer" then look for your BB double click go to the folder u have the ringtone then delete it I hope this works

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    capo14, that worked..thanks!!!!

    One more question, anyone know why is that when I use the Roxio Media Manager, it asks me to enable mass storage mode on my device (everytime I try using the media manager), but I've checked, and Mass Storage is enabled....I don't understand, I disable it, then enable it again, and still Roxio asks that it be enabled.

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~np bro, that happens to everyone that has microSD card

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    One more question, anyone know why is that when I use the Roxio Media Manager, it asks me to enable mass storage mode on my device (everytime I try using the media manager), but I've checked, and Mass Storage is enabled....I don't understand, I disable it, then enable it again, and still Roxio asks that it be enabled.

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    Bump!!

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    I have no such issue with Roxio (although I RARELY use it) Are you using 4.2 sp2 or 4.3? Now that you see how to access your media card from your desktop most folks find it much easier to simply copy / paste, etc directly. The only time I use roxio is to convert video for use on my device (which it seems to do quite nicely).
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    Hmmm okay!! Yeah, I may just copy paste, that's probably easier!! but I just figured I'd give it a shot to figure out this issue..but I am using 4.3

    Thanks GaryF

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