organising music

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  1. Anthony 23

    Anthony 23 Member

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    I have been downloaded songs recently on my phone. I have the stock app that runs all my music apps. When I want to play my songs, how do I get playback to not include the ringtones I have on here? Also,how do I get these songs to play in the order they are on here?it seems to stop,not continious play. Can anyone advise? Ty
     
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    try mxzing. with it you can select the folders that the app looks at. as far as order i'm not sure. you might have to make a playlist to have your songs play in your specific order.
     
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    trying

    im sorry,but where do i get that app from? is it free? i searched for it and did not see it. i even went to verizons store by my house,they pretty much blew me off. can you please try again to help me with this? thanks so much
     
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    He just spelled it wrong is all... "MixZing" is the app on the market... if not... search "music" and it's the 4th or 5th app on the list...

    Edit: and yes.. it's free
     
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    Also, and I'm not positive that this will actually help, but check out "DoubleTwist" for your computer. It acts like iTunes for your droid and comparable devices. I've started using it a lot and love its user-friendliness. It lets you create playlists and manage music, images, and videos on the Droid itself.

    Sync Android, PSP, BlackBerry, Pre: doubleTwist with Amazon MP3

    Be sure to check out the short video near the middle of the main screen ("Watch the Demo").