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Looks like you will need a 3.5mm connector to iPod proprietary 40-pin converter. There are some available on eBay here: http://www.ebay.com/bhp/ipod-female-connector (note -- this link is temporary once the items are sold; if someone finds a permalink to a product page please edit my answer and add it).


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There's a Bluetooth connect & Play app that can intercept the incoming "play" command. While it was originally designed to let you start a specific music app playing when a specific Bluetooth device connects, you can instead select "STOP music from playing" to keep any app from starting when the car connects.


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It seems that Android built-in music player cannot export playlist. One of the solution I could think of is to use 3rd-party app to export it, such as Playlist Backup (free) Description This application allows you to export your audio playlists (both System, Poweramp and Google Play Music playlists) to sdcard or Dropbox. You can keep as many backups ...


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Try these: If there is a hidden file named .nomedia in that particular album folder >>> (unhide the file and delete it). Move the folder into some other directory and refresh library. Check whether .mp3 files have proper tags (IDv3 tags) >>> (or else they go to unknown album category).


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There are several possible approaches to this. If you're using a headset (which I assume you are), there are several apps for headset control allowing you to use your headset button for that (e.g. one click = pause/play, double-click = next, etc.). On the other hand I've seen C Locker is capable of exactly what you're asking for: using the volume rockers ...


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I have faced this problem for a very long time, and have finally decided to try to fix it, finally came up with the solution how to. Before I continue, I use iTunes on my computer to manage all my songs, copy them out in .mp3 format and then drag them into my Samsung phone. (Note 3) The album artwork I have attached to the albums in iTunes is not showing ...


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This is the solution I came up with. First, it seems that album art is cached, so after deleting the offending album, closing the music player, and restarting the phone, it might still persist. In this case, leave it for a day and try again. Second, go to Folder Options / View / Advanced Settings / Show hidden files and folders. and uncheck Hide protected ...


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I guess you use GEL? If so, it's because of it listening to "Ok Google". Turn off "Hotword detection" in GEL Voice settings and you'll be fine.


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Are your headphones defective or have a weak spot? You can try a couple of things, such as testing this on another Android device. It could potentially be the ROM and its ability to detect headphones properly while doing different things (Multi-tasking in a sort of sense). What you can do is go into Settings and turned Motion off. Sometimes it can sense ...


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As I've mentioned in the comments already (and which harbichidian thankfully approved), this can be done using tasker: Condition: State → Docked Task: (put something here you want to be done when placing the device in dock, or substitute some dummy like "Variable Set: %DUMMY = 1") Exit Task: Media Control → Pause There might be several other approaches ...


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A good keyword combination is already given by your question: a music player which should play folder-wise should be found using the keywords "folder play", "folder player", and similar combinations. In fact, there are even some players named exactly such, e.g. Music Folder Player, Folder Player, and many more.


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An incomplete song play is mostly due to the corrupt file which you have downloaded. Although it may show around 7Mb for a file but if the file is corrupt then it won't play any part of it or in some cases just plays the start and skips to the next. What exactly a corrupt file is A corrupt mp3 file means that some audio bits and tunes are missing or ...


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I had this problem. The song worked fine in iTunes, but not in Google Music. The song has an audio glitch in it from recording it from a burned CD, and that is around the spot where the song skips. It's not the MP3 or the song; it's something about Google Music doesn't like the song. My work around: I made an AAC version in iTunes, uploaded that, and it ...


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I had a similar problem, the solution was to use a file explorer to remove the cached image from: /Android/data/com.android.providers.media/albumthumbs/


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You could give Dock & Share - MP3 Player a try. It's a new app, but has worked well for me.


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AIMP play opus on Android.....


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Freeamp supports Opus decoding as well from build 119 using the BASS for Android library.


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DAAP is developed by Apple, and they don't license it to Android devices. The handful of players you found have reverse engineered the DAAP protocol (or an older version thereof), but no 'official' publisher can publish it with permission of Apple.



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