WORKS With All Models: TU915, CU915, & CU920
*Make sure you can play the music files via menu/mystuff (3rd tab)/more/memory card or audio & ringtones
**The (fix) files were taken from a phone with the following software/firmware seen in the image attached below.No songs solution: Note: See below if you have some songs but not all are showing up in the music player.Directions
(YOU NEED DATA CABLE
TO DO THIS):
1) Download the mpFIX_updated.rar
(alternate download link
) and extract it with Winrar
2) Get the phone in the gang image screen (see image). Have the phone turned off. Press the power on, wait a
brief moment, then go ahead and hold all 3 side buttons (camera, unlock, and volume rocker) down.
You should see a white screen with the following words if you have done it properly:
Get into the phone directory via EFS
. Don't forget to BACKUP
before doing any deleting.
3) Go to LGAPP>Media>DB
4) Delete the MTPDBCRC.bin
file (If you don't have this file, then skip to the next step)
5) Double click the SysDB folder (within DB folder) and replace--by replace, I mean delete first,
then drag or copy over--5 files: CDB.vol, MetaDB.vol, sdcard_CDB.vol, PBOOK_LOG.vol, and
. Pretty much you are replacing all 5 files in the DB/SysDB folder.
6) Now get back to the LGAPP>Media folder again. Replace the entire Obigo folder (not the one under
LGAPP. SO MAKE SURE. The folder has a sim file and an ids folder which leads to a storage folder)
one in the fix
7) Hit disconnect, yes for reset, unplug cable, pull out battery, put it back in, turn the phone on
8) Did it work? Go to your music player now and it should list all your songs. If not, see below.Other interesting information
The format table of the card does not matter. I have tried both FAT/FAT32 table with music files placed onto card via card reader and thru the phone’s mass storage connection. However, FAT32 does have a better architecture for cards larger than 256mb.mp3's not recognized solution (resembles the above if you have a few songs):
****If you are still encountering issues where some mp3s show but some don’t then you must FIRST remove ALL the tags off those files (i.e. ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags) using a tag editor and THEN put the information back in with a simple right-click, followed by properties, or any ID tag editor with the latest version of tags. If you have a software that you can use to update the tags you can try that first (i.e. such as itunes). Update to v2.3 and see if that works.Download Simple Tag Editor 05a from rapidshare OR
see attachment at the bottom of the post.
To download MP3Tag, click here
Note: For those of you with itunes
(since I'm not one of them obviously), update your m4a or MP4 or whatever files it uses to the latest tags ID3v2.3 and it should be easier for you to do it that way.
For MP3 files, iTunes writes tags in ID3v2.2 using UCS-2 encoding by default, but converting them to ID3v2.3 (UCS-2 encoding) and ID3v2.4 (which uses UTF-8 encoding) is possible via its "Advanced" > "Convert ID3 Tags" toolbar menu. If both ID3v2.x and ID3v1.x tags are in a file, iTunes ignores the ID3v1.x tags