I bought my Note 2 from kogan a month ago.
It had the region in the Build.prop set as GB (Great Brittan)
I changed that to "AU"
But when I start the music hub, it says that its not available in my country.
I know it is available as I have it on my Australian branded Galaxy S2, and it works well on there.
Does anyone know what else I could change on my device so that the mu
I put my music collection on my KF. But when I select the music tab, only a handful of albums are displayed. Where is the rest of my music? I plugged the KF into the PC to "add" my missing music, but when I drill down into the music file, all of the music is shown as being on the device.
sorry i have to put "photography" for the prefix it doesn't give any more relevant choices, like i said it my other thread i am new here so if this doesn't go here then a mod can move it, i am not sure where else this would likely go though.
anyways i am new to Ubuntu and music making in general, i played around with Garage band trying to learn it but i don't own it on my computer.
Having just noticed my Country on the ambassador list has been changed from England (which is a country) to UK (which is not), I felt I should educate the people who obviously are having difficulty about what a country is.
there is an built in app called "MUSIC" in ICS 4.0.4 which im using currently, -problem with this app->the equalizer doesnt work at times, it says on but there is no difference in sound does anyone else has this problem?
(i also have 1 more app "play music" which is from google play as it says there..)
really need some help with this please :)
I'm currently copying my CDs on my computer (supposedly style allowed in my country)
I use soundJuicer and it works fine most of the time.
But (you know there is always a but after a sentence like that), I have 2 double album from the same band that I can't even listen.
Those 4 CD are perfectly ok on a basic CD player but on my computer, when I extract or simply listen the mus