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Old February 22nd, 2012, 03:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Music playing question - about to cry


I have been trawling the internet trying to get an answer to what I feel is a simple question... it may be so simple that its not even conceived as an issue! If so, please help me and I can too join the people who know!

I downloaded some music, in mp3 format, to my Galaxy Nexus. All I want to do is to be able to play them (shuffled) in a music player where i can access them whenever I want rather than having to select all in a file and add to playlist and lose them when i close the application.

Please note - i do not want to use a cloud or anything like this - just simply search my phone for music, and play said music. The cloud requires streaming and I dont want to pay data charges for listening to my music on the go.

Google Music does not have an option to scan my device for music files, i have to play each track individually! Maybe im stupid, but I really cant figure it out and something so simple on any other phone is making me go very very crazy!

Please help... before I have a breakdown of some sort.

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