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Old January 18th, 2013, 08:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Setting to be able to change songs with volume button when screen if off

I was wondering if in the settings menu under sound, there is an option to toggle skipping songs with the volume button when the screen is off. I ask this because im rooted and removed a lot of the stuff on the phone. I swear I saw the option to but im unsure if I removed it or not. Could someone please check for me?

I have another phone that's running ics and has this option, that's why I ask. Thank you!

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Dunno about the default google play music player, I tried it and didn't like it so I got "rocket player" instead, which does have the setting option of volume vs advance.
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Dunno about the default google play music player, I tried it and didn't like it so I got "rocket player" instead, which does have the setting option of volume vs advance.
I use poweramp but, I am able to use any music player I want to change songs.
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