Why does my Samsung Galaxy S crash (" Not adequate room in songs data source" ) when arranging by musician?
Had my Samsung Galaxy S for a week approximately, and also my new micro-SD card got here a couple of days earlier, filled all my songs onto it, paid attention to numerous cds no worry.
Currently when I enter into the integrated Music Player application and also select the "Artists" tab on top, Music Player gathers a "Not adequate room in songs data source" mistake in the alert bar with a red caution triangular indicator.
All the various other tabs (All, Playlists, Albums & Genres ) collaborate with no worry, yet as quickly as I struck the Artists tab it collapses out. It's a 32GB SD-card with concerning 25GB of songs on it, the inner SD card is virtually vacant without songs on it in all. On the COMPUTER I'm a SqueezePlayer and also Last.Fm customer, so I'm rather sure all my tags are arrangement appropriate (Last.FM allows you recognize in your feed if you've obtained wrong artist/track details, and also SqueezePlayer lives or passes away by the top quality of your tagging ).
Searching for this on the internet, all I can locate is other individuals with numerous sized songs collections and also SD-cards (8, 16 & 32GB ) all having this trouble and also the only pointers are to download and install various songs applications from the marketplace. No person appears to have an actual remedy. That can not be right can it? I formerly had an HTC Magic Android phone with a complete 8GB micro-SD and also much of the very same songs without troubles playing.
There must be some means to get the integrated music player application functioning effectively? Does any person recognize what file/where is this data source and also whether wiping/clearing it would certainly aid?
Found this string on the Vibrant area of the XDA Devs discussion forum : Not Enough Space in Music Database? (rather sure the Vibrant is a United States service provider - details variation of the Galaxy, with this unusual fixation United States networks appear to have for composing different names for tools).
Possibly it has something to do with just how the application takes care of numerous musicians and/or unidentified musicians.
I included all my songs, after that removed tracks from numerous musician cds till it functioned once more. I after that returned the numerous musician cd track and also it really did not function, as anticipated.
I assumed this was musician based, yet when I obtained it functioning once more - - by removing the track stated over - - and afterwards included a track for a numerous musician cd by a musician that currently existed, the application collapsed also.
I after that assumed it could be track based. So I got rid of that track and afterwards included a set of tracks. Nonetheless, it unexpectantly functioned.
The distinction with the set of tracks included over is that they weren't component of a numerous musician cd. They were a new musician, yet the major cd musician had not been Various with a Contributing musician of the real musician name. Rather, the Album Artist was the musician name and also the adding musician was left empty (or had the very same name).
So, it is that the songs application does not recognize just how to take care of numerous musician cds?
Connected SD card right into my COMPUTER, did a look for documents called *. mp3 with "numerous" in the musician tag, relocated every one of them off the card. Connected card back right into Galaxy once more, awaiting media indexing to end up, I can currently watch the Artists column without the application collapsing. Still can not Search in the application without collapsing, yet I have a couple of even more collection type cds so will certainly attempt detecting and also getting rid of every one of them to see if it aids.
Update Nov 2010 : The Music player consisted of in the main Samsung Froyo (Android 2.2) upgrade, appears to have actually repaired this trouble, or at the very least made it to make sure that I can have most of my tracks on the phone without this trouble turning up.