This is a feature of CyanogenMod. Pressing and briefly holding one of the volume buttons when the screen is off will cause the music player to skip forward (volume up) or backward (volume down). The intention is that this allows you to skip tracks and whatnot without having to unlock the device.
If you find it annoying then you can disable it completely in ...
You can use the Codecs for the previous version.
Go into MX Player - Help - FAQs. This links you through to their website. Look down the list and find question regarding Codecs. Follow links through to Custom Codecs and this takes you to XDA Developers where the Codecs and installation instructions can be found. Its very simple from this point.
Also here is ...
As Matthew Read noted, the list of supported media formats is device specific. More or less, it's actually specific to the default video player app your device has.
I'm not aware of an app that can show a list of MIME types supported by an installed app, so here you go with the command-line way. Make sure you've adb setup in PC, USB debugging enabled in the ...
I first thought that the OP was asking about modifying the behavior of the sources of the notifications which can be done in with finer levels than before using Notification Categories in Android 8.0 Oreo.
However via the comments, it appears that the OP wants to stop Audio Ducking
from happening in the media player. Unfortunately this is a ...
Using VLC player:
play the video
tap the screen to bring up the controls
click the three dots button
click the"playback speed" button
adjust to 45 - 50%
It doesn't get you exactly the 24 fps but it's something!
I would love to have a way to export the video at 24fps. Or better video editing for built-in Android apps.
I got H.264 (x264 encoder) to play with these settings on my Huawei U8150
320x240 (original video was 4:3 which helps, 16:9 or 2.35:1 should become even easier to decode)
and tuned with the 'fastdecode' setting
I used ffmpeg as the frontend, as Handbrake makes selecting the "fastdecode" option impossible
ffmpeg -i "inputfile.avi" \
I'd say this is solvable with an automation tool like Tasker, Llama & Co. Rawly described profile:
Condition: Headphones plugged
Action: Set audio level to X
Where "audio level" in many cases (at least with Tasker) can be defined more specific (e.g. different levels for notification, alert, incoming call...) -- and "X" being the specific level you'd ...
If you can do at least some UPnP operations, there is nothing wrong with your network.
Capability of browsing DMS (aka UPnP pull) does not imply a capability of receiving commanded content from DMS/DMC (aka UPnP push). DMR has a separate set of optional functions for pushing, which may or may not be implemented.
The simplest way of diagnosing is to start ...
VLC for Android supports playback speed regulation up to 4.0x, with audio pitch adjustment (optional).
The setting is under ⋮ ( Advanced Options).
Image source: https://wiki.videolan.org/Documentation:Android/#Video_playback_interface
As long as your tablet is running Android 4.1 or newer then there are a number of music players that can put player controls in the Notification area on your device. This is so that you can just access the notification bar while you're running another app, without exiting the original app.
I haven't got a screenshot handy of how it looks on a tablet, but ...
The best solution for you would be to use Smart Connect Liveware™ Mgr.
As you can see, you can set actions to start when you plug a device (headset, HDMI, charger, etc.) and actions to start when you unplug the device. I have a setting to start playing music when I connect my headphones and stop playing when I remove it. There are many things you can do ...
You can place .m3u files anywhere on sdcard which is under reach of media scanner. Playlist will be displayed in music player once media scanner will complete scanning sdcard.
Path of system-created playlists (playlists are common to all music players): /data/data/com.android.providers.media/databases/external-xxxxxxx.db where xxxxxxxx are random numbers. ...
On your notebook, look for a FREE app (in your case, a media player) in Google Play.
Copy the link of the app in Google Play.
Paste the link on APK Downloader, and download the APK file to your notebook.
On your phone, make sure you allow external APKs to be installed. On my Samsung Galaxy S4, this is on System settings > More > Security > Unknown ...
AwesomePlayer is the built-in media player, part of Android's media playback engine. It's also referred to as the Stagefright player.
You may be seeing the player's entries in the log while not playing any music or videos, because it handles all media playback, including ringtones and notification sounds.
Just download the previous version of MX player 1.7.32 as Apk file. Here's the link http://www.androiddrawer.com/22713/download-mx-player-app-apk/ and install and don't upgrade to the latest version by changing the setting of Google play not to update automatically.
You can play video in browser instead of youtube app. In browser you can mute the audio.
If your browser launched youtube app when clicked on video link, you need to copy the url and paste it inside the search box - youtube video will load in browser.
I personally use Cyberlink Power Director on Android for doing this, you need to slow it down to around %45 and then export the video at 24 FPS
Export Steps with Power Director
1 - Select Save Video
2 - Select Save to Device
3 - Select Options
4 - Select Frame rate
5 - Select 24FPS
6 - Optional Bit rate
7 - Save
8 - Export
I have a phone with the same specs... I found that If I encode using wmv2 and wmav2 it actually plays smoother, go figure. libx264 is a lot more complex of a codec and takes about 30 sec. to start playing a movie, but quality will be better. For a player I use MXplayer with the arm6 codec pack. Within MXplayer settings I set it to use software video decoding ...
I had this problem with videos that used to play and then simply don't anymore. It's not your video player or the video format, its something screwy with Android's file system.
Download Rescan Media app from Google Play store. Install and run, but do not enable the auto-close feature; just run it then minimize. Your files should play now.
When you play an audio file in vlc tap the track name at the bottom to bring up the playlist. In the upper right tap the dots then the image of a man running. This changes playback speed. In settings you can check a box that says "remember playback speed" so that you won't have to do this again next time
If you're rooted you could try to force a certain combination of phone screen resolution and DPI using Second Screen and maybe your selected video player will conform to that even as the video is being streamed out through MHL.
Just make sure you keep failsafe options like "don't keep settings after restart" enabled in case your experimental Second Screen ...
Easiest way might be to use some headset controller like e.g. JAYS Headset Control (there are plenty more on the playstore if this one doesn't work out for you -- I also had to try a few until I found the right one working smoothly with my headset).
Most of them allow you to define an app to be started as soon as the headset is connected (in your case, that ...
You could use a so called "App Locker" like e.g. App Lock, which allow you to protect selected apps with a pattern lock. A more restrictive way would be to turn your tab into a "Kiosk device" (details can be found following the kiosk-mode tag; just 6 questions, so it should be easy to browse).