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You cannot Media Playback developer documentation says (emphasis added) You can play back the audio data only to the standard output device. Currently, that is the mobile device speaker or a Bluetooth headset. You cannot play sound files in the conversation audio during a call Edit In response to your edited question: I am not aware of Cyanogenmod ...


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From what I've read elsewhere, this functionality is generally handled by the application playing the music/audio. So, I've been testing out various players, and found a couple that do what Casey is requesting, MX Player and Poweramp. MX Player is primarily known as a video player, but it can also handle a number of audio formats (including Opus, which I ...


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Have been searching for a solution to this for a few days and have finally found one. Open music Top left drop down menu, go to tracks If you only want to have it in alphabetical order in the app, stop here, if you want to fix the widget as well continue. Go to more in the top right, edit Top left, select all Press more again, add to playlist Create a ...


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According to the Supported Media Formats page Opus is supported natively since Android 5.0, but only in the Matroska (.mkv) container. The Xiph.org wiki and IETF draft state that the mime-type for Ogg Opus files is audio/ogg. To test I encoded a Flac file with opusenc and changed the extension to .ogg before transferring the file to the device, which made ...


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I once had that problem with a previous Android phone. The problem turned out to be my earbuds. They (or perhaps the connector) were going bad, and apparently sending extra signals through the headset jack that were being interpreted as music controls. Some headsets have music controls on them, after all. So the first thing I'd suggest is try playing it ...


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I'm not sure at what point it was added, but it is now possible to mute turn-by-turn navigation. This is not exactly ideal (I'd prefer to have the directions come out of the phone speaker and not pause Bluetooth), but it will do the job. Google provides instructions here: You can silence voice navigation by touching the mute button. Open the ...


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If the stock music app is confined to internal storage [sdcard] and can access any directory in /sdcard that contains media you can try a bind mount between the [media containing directory] in your otg-device and a specified new directory in /sdcard mkdir /sdcard/more-tunes su chmod 755 /sdcard/more-tunes mount -o bind /path-to-otg-device/tunes /sdcard/more-...


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I recommend Rocket Music Player The free version's feature set is fairly comprehensive and to top that off, it respects its users by showing no advertisement. When you install it, click the three dots icon at the bottom-right corner (or possibly bottom-left if you have a right-to-left language), and select Settings. From there, you can go to the "Tabs" menu ...


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Try Smart Pocket app, you can skip tracks with single or double volume clicks.


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You may have found this answer or another one by now but a simple way to achieve this (as long as you don't want to use the shuffle function) is to manually create a playlist and add each song multiple times. Example (.m3u playlist in same directory as music): #EXTM3U a.mp3 a.mp3 a.mp3 a.mp3 b.mp3 b.mp3 b.mp3 b.mp3 c.mp3 c.mp3 c.mp3 c.mp3



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