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Help what's everyone doing .mp3 wise?

I use Tunewiki... although there are a couple of features I would like, it's decent... has a widget where you can control the playlist from the home screen... also displays album art (downloads it automatically) and also displays lyrics on the screen while the song plays (scrolls)... works about 90% of the time... still looking for a full-page widget, similar to the hero's...

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I was using the stock player but the only thing right was the song name (on most songs anyway) and artist. The album art is either wrong all together or is the first photo (not one I would choose but it is the first so it chooses it). Does anyone know how to fix this. I know when I dragged my music to the Droid it kept giving me an error saying that I would lose some of the information did I want to continue. Of course I choose yes as i wanted music on my phone and 75% had this problem but the mp3's are there.
Any suggestions?
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I use the stock widget on my 7th page and that seems to work pretty good for me. I have to use software to get the album art, but the widget flows so well with Sense that I had to use that to keep the theme going. The music player is not the best but it beats that windows media player crap on the tp2, and the pre I had.
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A bug I discovered is if the track names are numbered, it lumps them all together under "unknown artist/unknown album".

I usually remove track numbers in names anyway, but I guess I missed some. I transferred a bunch of songs to my phone for work this weekend and ended up 600+ under the unknown category. :rolleyes:

My BB never cared about that.......:p (1 of only about 3 things it did better than this phone)


Just to add, I usually leave the phone plugged when I am using it for music (because I am usually at my desk), but I have left unplugged and have gone 1-2 hours and the battery discharged very little, maybe down to 80%.
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