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Old December 25th, 2012, 10:26 AM   #38 (permalink)
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Default needs to be a text file

Hello everyone...

to make the ".nomedia" file work you need to open it as a text file in a plain text editor and add a few characters in it and save. This way the system will recognise it as a txt file and it should work.

I used ES File Explorer and ES Editor (comes with file explorer)

It did not work for me either until I discovered the above.

Edit: In a Linux environment any file that starts with a "." is a hidden file so you have to enable "show hidden files" in ES File Explorer or your chosen file browser to have it visible to open it.
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