Stupid Music player question

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    How do you stop the songs? There is a button for rewind, one for pause and play, and one for forward, but how do you stop? I cant seem to find the darn stop button
     
    #1 dolpns13, Jul 11, 2010
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    There is none.

    The pause button covers both needs.
     
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    Seriously.. Hmm.. So how do you then close the player? If the song is paused, wouldnt the player be open in the background constatntly?
     
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    You actually don't need to close it. You can close it with a task killer but from these forums I've learned that those are bad for the phone.
     
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    You close it just like any other app. You don't. Android takes care of itself and you don't need a task killer. I use system panel app to close stuck apps. No auto-closing.
     
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    Yeah, you don't need to close it.

    It's like going into "Settings" and wanting to close it after you are done tweaking it.
     
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    Im sorry, I dont know, I just dont understand how it doesnt need to be close. I dont understand hlow putting something on pause, and leaving it alone, stops it. I mean, when I do that, and then go back into the music app, it takes me right to that song still on pause.
     
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    Well you asked and got several people telling you the same thing. Sorry you don't like the answer, but if you don't want an accurate answer don't ask the question.
     
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    Apps running in the background on Android take very little processing power. Don't worry about it.
     
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    Let your droid do what it's good at... don't worry about the rest! :)
     
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    I notice that when I remove the headphone jack, the music player stops and is no longer on the notification bar.
     
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    Please read up on Android multitasking and resource management of background apps. It's way beyond being a beaten dead horse.

    Right. That's how it works. If you don't like it, try another music app. You don't have to use the stock apps.
     
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