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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by Eddie, Nov 25, 2009.
When playing MP3's on the Droid how do you quit or turn it off?
well. you can pause. or yank your headphones out and it will stop.
But it still shows the selected song playing. I have been hitting pause. Also power cycling the phone will quit the player.
So I guess I need to make a feature request.
You could kill the task as well.
So it really sounds like we need to make a feature request!
No. There is no missing feature here.
I am not understanding what you are saying. If you hit Pause or pull your headphones out the song doesn't pause and you continue to HEAR music playing?
If you want to close the app. Hit the Home button.
Pause the song, then press the home button to return back to the home screen. You don't need to stop or turn off anything.
Well "PAUSE" is not quit or stop or exit! And pulling out the headphones does not stop anything. When you pull out the head phones the music comes from the phones speaker.
There should be a quit without having to get another app just to kill the task.
My music player starts to play any random song as soon as it connects to the
sync system in my car. This is driving me nuts. It issues a notification and I have to remove the phone from my holster and press and hold the top of the screen and drag down the notification. Hit the music player message, pause the song, return to the home screen, turn off the screen and put the phone back in the holster. BS
This is easy enough to do but I wish there was a timer for the songs, where I could set it for maybe an hour and then they would power off ... is that too much to hope for?
There is an app called " SleepTimer " ..
I also fail to see the problem here, but then, I've had the distinct... privilege? Of coming from the iPhone to the DROID, so I already know about this queer li'l pause/stop deal.
To quote just aboot any developer out there, it's working as intended.