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Samsung Galaxy S2 - 'Not enough memory' error closes music app.

I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 and it's been working fine but this time after I synchronised it with my music library on Kies, it now won't let me access my music on the phone. It appears with 'Not enough memory' error and then immediately closes/crashes but I can still access my Gallery. Does anyone know how to fix this problem so I can access my music? Would be much appreciated! Smiley Happy

Suzi

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Re: Samsung Galaxy S2 - 'Not enough memory' error closes music app.

Go into settings, application manager, All and find the music player app. Open it and clear cache & clear data. Restart the phone and wait for the media scanner to run (maybe upto 5 mins depending on how much you have stored on phone) then try it again. Where are you storing the files?
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Samsung S3 i9305. Asus Fonepad. Samsung Note 4. AtivS.

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Re: Samsung Galaxy S2 - 'Not enough memory' error closes music app.

Thanks for the quick response. It would only let me clear data though as the option to clear cache wasn't lit up. But it still closes music app even after restarting and waiting, and they're stored on an external sd card.
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Re: Samsung Galaxy S2 - 'Not enough memory' error closes music app.

This is a free version of an excellent music player. It's worth a try to see if it fixes your problem. It might also be wise for you to clear cache from recovery mode which will dump any temp files you may have clogging your phone up. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nullsoft.winamp&feature=nav_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwy...
Phone in use:
Leagoo Elite 1
Previous devices: Nokia 640 DS. Sony Z1
Samsung S3 i9305. Asus Fonepad. Samsung Note 4. AtivS.

nil desperandum