02-28-2012 07:32 AM
My Vita keeps saying half of my entire music list is corrupted files. These files have been played on everything (PSP, PS3, two different PC's, etc). I've checked my files and everything. They are perfectly fine. I've even attempted replacing the supposed "corrupted file", but it still won't play it, just skips the file. I would even fast-forward past the part it skips and the rest of the song would be perfectly fine. What is going on??? Is anyone else getting this problem? If anyone has an answer, that would be awesome. This is kind of irritating.
02-28-2012 10:46 PM
What format are the music files in? The Vita only supports three audio file formats; MP3, MP4/ACC with no DRM, and WAVE files. PCs support far more music formats than that; and the PS3 and PSP support a few more formats than the Vita as well.
05-14-2012 01:48 PM
I have the exact same problem, and no I'm not stupid the files are MP3. Also my PS Vita never remembers my Netflix password for more than a week it just keeps asking "are you a netflix member?"
08-28-2012 04:08 PM
I followed Step 1 and Step 2 and it fixed my corrupt music file problem(s).
When you rebuild your database, your application icons reset to default.
So this means you have to re-organize them. (I organize mine by color of the icons)
Also, the PSVita firmware is now 1.8; when you rebuild your database, your already saved playlist on the PSVita may be deleted and you have to re-transfer your playlist back into the PSVita.
If you are wondering, all your save game files will be fine.