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    Thumbsup [Tutorial] How to Delete the Old Albums in N95 8GB & N95 (FW V20)

    How to Delete the Old Albums in N95 8GB & N95 (FW V20)

    How to delete the OLD Album folders in MUSIC LIBRARY

    This is a bug currently being faced in N95 8gb and N95 (FW V20)

    When u delete an album contents in the music library, even the album content is completely removed , an empty album will still remain in the MUSIC library, even you refresh the music library ,it will still exist.

    If you try to delete it , u will get an error

    "General : Feature not supported"

    Here is the solution to delete it :

    * Firstly, connect your phone to a PC via USB.
    * Choose Data Transfer (a.k.a. Mass Storage). Do not select PC Suite because you won’t be able to browse protected folders in PC Suite mode.
    * Open Windows Explorer on your PC.
    * Go to \private\101FFC31 on the phone’s folder.
    * There, you should be able to find the mpxv1.mpd (for MP3) and pcv5.mpd (for AUDIO PODCAST)
    * Goto \private\101f8857\Cache
    * Goto \private\101ffca9
    * In all the 3 folders delete all the files Not the FOLDER
    * Now refresh ur music library

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    Default Re: [Tutorial] How to Delete the Old Albums in N95 8GB & N95 (FW V20)




    thanks!! nice info!!

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    Default Re: [Tutorial] How to Delete the Old Albums in N95 8GB & N95 (FW V20)

    thanks po sir! Very usefull pa rin tong tut. Na to kahit matagal na!

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