2 Questions Music related

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy S5 Discussions' started by CSteffel21, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. CSteffel21

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    Ever since I upgraded to 5.0, If I'm playing music and would like to search for a song that I clearly have, it does not show up..? It use to before I upgraded and now it does not work. I've done restarts, deleted all the songs and transferred them back as well.
    Nothing seems to work.

    Aaaand another questions would be the volume limiter warning.
    It's pretty annoying that it shows up and I'm sure I'm not the only one who it annoys. Lol
    Any way to turn that off? (I'm not rooted)
     
  2. FoxKat

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    Don't know for sure on the volume limiter warning but I thought there was an option "don't show this again" which would pop up. Otherwise if it's not menu selectable and I don't think it is then root may be the only option. Let's see what the rest of the pack can come up with.

    As for the song search that sounds like a bug. Let's hope it's not and someone has a solution but if so, it's likely going to be fixed in an update.
     
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  3. Ollie

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    I've never been able to rid myself of the volume limit toast message without rooting. If you do go down that road then there is a module inside of the Xposed app that kills it.
     
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    Using something like es file Explorer.. I'd make a music file that's easily recognized.. And try again.. Other than that.. It sounds like a lollipop issue..

    Sometimes turning off the music effects in apps will do it.. But I'm not 100% sure in this case.. Lg is different..