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How can I playback songs from a specific user-preset track start-time and/or to a specific end-time. For example, I want a specific song to only play from the 10th second to the 180th second of the whole song track.

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closed as too localized by ce4, roxan, Izzy, Zuul, t0mm13b Oct 7 '12 at 22:48

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Even though the name doesn't say it, Audio Speed Changer have this exact feature. You can pick a start and end marker, and you can play the selected section once or on repeat.

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You can't do this without using an alternative music player, but you can use an app like Ringdroid to trim the song to the desired length.

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You mean there is no way on the default player, but other players will offer this feature. – cjk Sep 19 '12 at 13:20
@cjk Which other player? The only one that I've seen is the one Lie linked. – Richard Borcsik Sep 19 '12 at 13:43
that is another player that does this, which invalidates the first part of your answer. You should update your answer to provide the alternate solution is to cut the file using Ringdroid et al. – cjk Sep 19 '12 at 14:06
"that is another player that that does this" I will update my answer once you tell me what app other than the one that @Lie linked can do this. Because you're acting like it's a common thing yet it doesn't seem like it. – Richard Borcsik Sep 19 '12 at 14:11
I don't need to suggest another, your answer says there isn't an app that does this. In the light of Lie's answer, you should change your answer as it has been brought to your attention that there is... – cjk Sep 19 '12 at 18:11

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