Do you which midi format you are using? 0,1 or 2? I have had a similar problem in the past. Converting between 0 and 1 usually solved the problem. [ September 14, 2007: Message edited by: Rashid Mayes ]
Rashid, can you enlighten me a bit more on the midi format. I'd guess that is the problem as I wasn't even aware of midi formats...
I'm using Anvil Studio to create my midi files. I've gone into 'Preferences' and it has 'Save song files in MIDI1 format' unticked. Should I tick it?
There's also a heap of other options that might be relevant - e.g., 'Record and Play SysEx MIDI Events'... Can you advise?
Which midi composer do you use?
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Hi, I am not an expert on the topic and would suggest the midi.org or the Wikipedia articles for General MIDI and MIDI.
I looked at the spec for the k750 on developer.sonyericsson.com and it says that the media player supports "G-MIDI (level 1 with 40 voices polyphony)" which is the same as the k800.
There may some Java ME specific documentation on the site. I would try saving it as MIDI1 w/o SysEx. I would also try out a small file.
This is what we did when we had a problem playing midi files on certain devices. We used a Java program to convert our type 1 files to type 0 and packaged only type 0 files with the application. We also ran into problems with the size of the files. Some larger midi files would not play.