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revised Second spellchecker doesn't work
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comment Second spellchecker doesn't work
I realize my question could have been better worded. I'm looking for spell check. Suggestion works in both languages. Spell-checking only works in french, but the polish spell-checking dictionary is installed.
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asked Second spellchecker doesn't work
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comment History of files sent over Bluetooth?
What version of Android are you using? I'm using 4.2.2 and I don't see any tab.
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comment History of files sent over Bluetooth?
Thanks, though I'm looking for the log of sent files, not received ones. I've updated my post to make it unambiguous.
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comment History of files sent over Bluetooth?
Thanks. Unfortunately I've dismissed the notification at the time, and new notifications of this kind don't show previously sent files.
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accepted Audio players read “Chromatics” as “The Chromatics” from ID3v2 MP3 tags
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comment Corrupt album art
Thanks for asking. :) I've installed the Walkman app, Album Art Grabber, and AudioTagger. The Walkman app couldn't edit the tags for some reason (the "Edit song info" menu item is grayed out). I've removed then replaced the album art using the two other apps, cleared the "Media Storage" AND my music player's data, and rebooted, but it didn't change anything. The two latter apps see the correct album art by the way. Only the audio players see the corrupt ones. I absolutely don't see what I can try next to get rid of this corrupt album art now.
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answered Audio players read “Chromatics” as “The Chromatics” from ID3v2 MP3 tags
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comment Audio players read “Chromatics” as “The Chromatics” from ID3v2 MP3 tags
Thanks for asking. I've found the problem; I had just one track by this artist in another album, and it was tagged "The Chromatics". "Chromatics" and "The Chromatics" were probably (rightfully) considered as the same artist, but Android didn't pick the right one out of the two.