Media Player suggestion - Don't add ringtones to random playlists

by J. Payne » Wed, 18 Jun 2008 06:35:33 GMT


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 I have a suggestion.

I will admit this might have already have been taken care of but- if
not I'm hoping- it could be considered before the first android phone
ships.

One thing that annoys the heck out of me on my current Sony phone is
the media player automatically imports both ringtones and- mp3s for a
playlists.  I hope--hope--hope-- that Android will have in it a
"Music" folder and a separate "Ringtones" folder.  And hopefully the
MediaPlayer will be programmed in such a way that the media player on
the phone wont just take all the ringtones and add them to the media
player's playlist.  It is sooooooo annoying to be listening to a
random playlist during my morning commute then all of a sudden the
default phone ringtones and a bunch of other ringtones start cutting
into the playlist and I have to take the time to keep pressing
forward...  It is my hope that Android will notice little flaws like
these and will have it taken care of in the first version.

~J. Payne
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Media Player suggestion - Don't add ringtones to random playlists

by Zero » Wed, 18 Jun 2008 11:51:43 GMT


 solution would be to only add .mp3 , .ogg
files to random playlist. intelligent random
playlists are an interesting idea.
let's see who comes up with a cool
solution first ;)

zero.post-adc-stack.push(playlists);
(^_^)'



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Media Player suggestion - Don't add ringtones to random playlists

by luckybleu » Sun, 20 Jul 2008 06:07:08 GMT


 How about google makes deal with qtrax music service to have free
legal music downloads from all 4 major music catalogs available on the
android ,your playlists will be seperate from your ringtones and free
legal unlimited music...well that would just piss apple off





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