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Technically it is possible with most Bluetooth Android phones but you would have to root your device and find a ROM with source code like CyanogenMod and rewrite the Bluetooth driver.


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When you plug in your headset click the Music On The Go Event in smart connect and then go to the options and disable Smart Connect. Worked on my Sony Xperia Z3 on Droid 5.0.2


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I have had this issue for a long time and I just found something that works: go to your file manager (i use Explorer, if it matters) navigate to /sdcard select every file and directory CUT all of them and immediately paste them all back in the same place Apparently, you need to touch the modification date, and I found this easier than writing a shell ...


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I found the solution to this. As I said in my question, the problem is that all my songs had their Album Title set to "Unknown" or simply not set. To fix this, you have to change the Album Title to something unique. Here's what I did to fix this (automatically, for all of my songs in a single click): Download mp3tag. Drag all of your songs into the ...


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This have solved my problem. Thanks. I just removed the file '.nomedia' from android root directory. All my files are back again on gallery apps. I am pretty sure that this file was created after installing google photos.


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Unfortunately there is still no bluetooth server implementation available for android devices. The connect as "music player" part of your question could be realized via WiFi, using the SoundSeeder Music Player app (soundseeder.com or forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2392672 You need to connect your devices via "WiFi direct" or the portable hotspot ...


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Clear data for both Opera browser and the app you tried to download the song from. Launch again - it should work fine.


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When you did the reset of your phone, did you clear data as well? If not I suggest doing that. Is there another app that might be conflicting with the gallery or music apps?


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If you are taking about microSD, the pop them into the card slot and the let Google Music or other software as mentioned by @zero discover. If its SD card, then you should use a card read to connect SD to a PC and then copy them into your phone. HTH.


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There are two ways to do it. The first method is to connect the SD card to a computer and dump the music in. From there you can use any app that supports audio files. The other method is only if you have music in your Google Play library. You can add music by purchasing or by uploading to your music library. Once you have done either (or both, whatever), go ...


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Your phone should have a built in app (Google Music, Music or such) for music playback and they usually auto-detect any music on your phone (in any folders you can access). Keep in mind that there is no "best" app out there - they all have flaws like not having 100% effective bluetooth control or consuming more battery with equalizer. I've tried some of ...



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