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    Since a week I can't play my music anymore. I couldn't find it on the forum, may be I overlooked it...

    Every time I start my standard music player, and I select a song, the app stops and after a few seconds it asks for a forced closing of the app. Sometimes I can play one song, but when I skip it to the next song the same happens. The same when I play a saved file from the list of my voicerecorder.

    Does anyone know how to solve this? Or with similar problems? Or please send me to the right forum...

    Tnx

    Ps. Sorry for my strange choices for words sometimes, im dutch
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    What kind of device do you have?? I looked for it, but didn't see it? Perhaps I overlooked it?

    In general though, I would try this.

    Go into settings, applications, manage applications, all, music, clear data, force close. Then try the app again.

    Hope this helps??

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    I've got a Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570, Android version 2.3.5

    Unfortunately, it doesn't work. I can play my voicerecordings now, from my music player. But with a normal mp3 file it stops immediately when I want to play the next song...
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    I also tried an other (free) music player app... And yes, the same problem. So I think, it has nothing to do with the musicplayer app itself... ?
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    Are you rooted or stock???

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    Sorry, I'm not really known with these words. I have only updated once via samsung kies, since i bought my phone
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    Your device is a quad band GSM device... I'm not very familiar with them.

    Have you tried a removing and replacing the battery???
    Or simply turning the device off and back on?

    This can help fix a lot of software issues.
    Hope this helps?

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    Sorry, its something we do over here to be able to further customize our phones :) sorry for the confusion

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    No I didn't customized it myself... Do know any other options?? Or do you recommend another musicplayer?
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    Because simply turning on and off or replace battery doesnt work
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    If its available to you, I like Poweramp. Its 5$ here.

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    Thanks for your help, i wait tomorrow for hopefully some other advices. Otherwise indeed that musicplayer...
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    Sorry, I'm just not real familiar with the device. :)

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    Your words are fine. When I was little, if a baby talked babble, gibberish, like babies do, my parents would say to the baby "are you talking Dutch"... which was to mean that you couldn't understand the baby's words. Your comment reminded me of that expression.

    Now to your problem. You could have an app that is interfering with your music files or your music files may have gotten messed up somehow. Connect your phone to your computer with your usb. From your computer find where
    your music files are stored on the phone. When you find your music, play the songs on your computer to see if they play the way they should. If not, then you may need to re- download your music back to your phone.

    If they do play fine on your computer then you may have to do a factory reset on your phone. A factory reset will erase everything on your phone like it was brand new and you will have to set your phone up and download all your apps again. Doing a factory reset is a last resort but fixes most all problems. Make sure you save any pictures, music, files, documents or data that you want to keep onto your SD card or onto your computer first because if you don't they will be deleted.

    Best of luck to you!

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    Just thinking about this, did you make any changes or download any apps on the day that your problem started? If so, delete the/those apps and see if your music player will work again.

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    Yes, do this first before you do anything else. Thanks 94... I sort of thought this but neglected to mention it. Good Call!

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    Hey, I was impressed by your suggestion!! :) stellar job!!

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    Thanks! I truly have to say...everything I know about android, I learned from people on this very forum. This was my "go to" place when I got my og Droid and I learned how to root that thing from here before I even decided to become a member. Chevyno1's roms were my favorite.

    YanniX, let us know how it goes. We will try to keep troubleshooting until we figure it out.

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    Thanks for your suggestions! I tried to use my brothers phone, and the songs were played normally. So it is due to the app itself. A total reboot is the last thing I wanna do, I did that one time before (because of a heavier crash), but it's far from ideal.

    I'm not sure when it was exactly the first time it happened. I said since a week, but it could also be two weeks. Max a month. I only use my musicplayer when I'm going on holiday, like now. So I don't have a computer with me... :s

    Is there a place where you can see which apps you downloaded last week/month?

    Nice story that baby language "dutch"! :p
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    On your phone, go into you play store, which used to be called Google market here in US... it is the place where you find android apps you want to install. Then go to menu and select "my apps". This will give you a list of all the apps you have installed in alphabetical order but if you slide that screen over it will give you a list of all the apps you have ever installed in the order that they were last updated or installed. Be aware that an app that you may have installed months ago but recently updated will be listed first. If you know it is an app that you have had for a long time with no problems, ignore it. Most likely it is not your problem. But if you notice an app that you first installed in the last month, one by one, uninstall those.

    After each one you uninstall, try your music player and see if there is any difference. If there is no difference, reboot your phone and try your music again. If there is still no difference, then that app was probably not your problem and you can reinstall it.

    Repeat this for each app that you have installed recently until you find the one that is causing the problem.

    Hopefully, this will be your fix. If not keep coming back and we will keep trying other ideas.

    Glad you liked my "you speaking Dutch" story. I catch myself saying that to little kids and they always keep babbling away thrilled that you are having fun listening to them. It is one of those endearing things my family says and being that we are partly Dutch, it is probably something they have said for generations.


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