All of my pictures and videos disappeared. They are still on my device and I can access them through my file manager and my computer, but the gallery says no items and Google play music and all other music apps show no songs. I've turned it on and off, cleared the data from play music, attached it to my computer and moved stuff around to try and force a scan, and nothing helps.
I have 1000+ songs that are from my own albums that I want to move to my Nexus 4. I synced them with media player but it downloaded all of them plus 4000 pictures. could not view them on my phone, and the phone could not find them. When I use usb cable connected back to my pc I can find them and play them.
So I have a Galaxy S3 and I use the app Rocket Player to listen to music at my desk through headphones (I do glorified data entry). Prior to the update I would set my phone to vibrate my notifications and music would be set at a different level. No problems.
Since the update my phone refuses to play music if my phone is on vibrate.
I have galaxy s3 and a Mac (not sure of lion or mountain lion.) Downloaded android file transfer and it works but not exactly like it is supposed to. I do not get a DCIM screen to appear that would give me file choices. But when i open iphoto it does show my samsung device.
I have a galaxy Note 3. I am searching for the best app to use to play music that is recorded mixed like party music. When I play with google or the music app that came with the phone, instead of playing smooth to the next mixed track, it jumps and breaks the music for less than a second. I need an app that would play it continous like a dj party mix without breaking.
My Samsung S4 connects to my car bluetooth and voice calls work perfectly. When i play music through the car audio system using the Samsung Music app or Google Play app the quality is very poor and the music skips. The phone also gets very slow..
So I've been transferring all of the music from iTunes library on my Macbook to Google Music on my phone (a rooted T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II running CM10) by using the phone as a USB mass storage device and just dropping the mp3 files into the phone's "media" folder. When I use Google Music, I can see that all of the files are there and I can listen to them all.