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Use the Music Player and Manage Playlist on Samsung Galaxy S4

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An app that caches songs and has a favorite list on Galaxy S4?

I really don't know any apps that cached music like itube or playtube I tried milk music but it doesn't work. Do you know any apps?

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Playing music and then turning it off?

I have no problem playing songs but how do I turn it off

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It's not really necessary to stop a song. Hitting pause and switching out of the app will accomplish virtually the same thing. You can always go to your apps list and disable the music player if you want to close it down.

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I put in a 64GB card in my Galaxy S4 and put all my music on it what is the best way to set up so phone knows it is there on card?

Is there a setting on phone to tell the phone the music is on the card - when I start music it is only looking on phone

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I have a Samsung S5. When I go to the music player and try to Manage Tabs, neither Playlist or Tracks are highlighted - it does not allow me to select them?

When I go to the music player and try to Manage Tabs, neither Playlist or Tracks are highlighted - it does not allow me to select them.

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What is the best option to play music on a Samsung phone and not using Google Music?

I need to play music that is downloaded music of covers and Google music tries to match it to the original and it messes it up

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