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CDN_Stalker
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎10-19-2009
My Device: Not Specified

Quite possibly THE fix for Media Player's "Device Processor Is Busy" error

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Hey all, am only here to say I might have discovered a fix. My problem after doing the upgrade two weeks ago was the above, would happen if I'd try to change songs while another was playing, or if I left it on pause for too long. Like everyone else, I got fed up with having to pull the battery every time I wanted to listen to music. Found out that if you clear your browser history, cache, cookies, everything, the problem seems to have gone away and nothing I do (bouncing around playlists and songs while others are playing) has been able to make the problem pop up.

 

So, try this: While in your web browser, go to Menu, Options, Cache Operations and hit all the clear buttons. Then turn the phone off, pull the battery and wait a minute, then power back up. Hopefully this DOES fix the problem for good, and I really only registered here to pass on the tip.

 

Also, recently discovered there is a Headphone Equalizer in the media player options list, can set it to sound good for various music styles, even add bass boost. Not sure how many know about this, but I love, makes my great sounding Pearl sound even better through headphones and the car stereo.

 

~M~

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Dzubha
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎08-30-2012
My Device: curve
My Carrier: vodacom

Re: Quite possibly THE fix for Media Player's "Device Processor Is Busy" error

thank you, was at my wits end:Angel:

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