Three issues

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR MAXX' started by Krenzy, Jun 30, 2013.

  1. Krenzy

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    First, when I use Google Now, it doesn't play music when I tell it to. It brings up YouTube videos of the artist I mention, even though I have that artist in my music library. I disabled Google Music and only use DoubleTwist, could this be the issue?

    Second, ever since the JB leak and still after the official OTA whenever I go to my app tray, it ALWAYS opens up to the Widgets section, not the apps. How can I fix this? Its annoying more than anything.

    Third, I am still having issues when adjusting volume. Sometimes it adjusts my media volume instead of my ringvolume. This is a huge pain in tthe ass; is there any solution to this?
     
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    Any ideas?
     
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    1.) Can't really speak to the Google Now music issue. I just use the music app by itself. To me Google Now is a good concept but needs much improvement imo.
    2.) Try using a launcher such as Apex or Nova. For me both of these home replacement apps have a faster, smoother feel and a better app drawer setup/customizations. Both have free and paid versions.
    3.) Try volume+ it has a nice widget for controlling all of the different volume settings.
    Others may have different or better suggestions but that is my setup. Hope that helps.
     
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    I should correct my previous post: the volume rocker seems to adjust the call volume randomly when in trying to adjust the phone ringtone volume, not the media volume.