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Play mp3 in emulator (SDK 1.1)

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Play mp3 in emulator (SDK 1.1)

Postby VREAUF » Fri May 22, 2009 9:07 pm

hi all ,
I met 1 probleme with media in SDK 1.1 , Some body can help me ?
Say for me that ,how to use MediaPlayer in SDK 1.1 ? and the method to manage list ?
Thanks
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