It didn’t take long for Samsung to reap the benefits of their recent acquisition of mSpot as they launched their new Music Hub service for international Galaxy S III users a few months ago. Today Samsung is announcing that it’s finally available to U.S. users.
Hi everyone. I had a RAZR MAXX before and recently just left my Samsung S2. I really liked that both of those devices used a standalone music player that didn't stream music, and stored it all on the internal device or the SD card, and played straight from there. This new RAZR MAXX HD doesn't utilize that anymore, and uses Google's Play Music, which sucks.
I have music files,(.mp3) can I upload it to Ubuntu one and stream it with Clementine without buying songs from Ubuntu one music. Do I have to be a paid subscriber to stream music from Ubuntu One with Clementine.
Okay so I just bought my Samsung Galaxy S3 in January along with a SanDisk Ultra 64 GB MicroSDXC Class 10. I have a lot of music files (around 9 GB) so I put them in the external SD drive. I think I first tried putting my music in it using my Mac and I had some trouble at first putting it in with DoubleTwist with my PC.
Samsung finally took the wraps off of the Galaxy Music and also revealed a dual-SIM version called the Galaxy Music Duos. This one isn’t going to impress you as far as specs, but it might be a great phone for the kids. What I like most about it is the front-facing stereo speakers that we have seen on recent Galaxy Tabs.
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04. I have a Samsung TV to which I connected a a sound system. I would like to be able to stream music from my laptop to my TV -- I would like to control songs (next, previous, pause, play) using Rhythmbox. Similar functionality is available using my Android phone. For example, with Android phone I can select where to stream.
I've recently bought a 16gb N7 and as usual am regretting not waiting for the 32gb to come out.I then realised that most of the space on the N7 (10gb) is being used for storing some of my music and only a couple of gb of apps.