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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by clutton86, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. clutton86

    clutton86 Newbie
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    I've just noticed alot of random music saved on my device on google music one album is called casino another is classic was wondering what are they and should I delete them any help would be appreciated

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  2. whs37

    whs37 Android Enthusiast

    Is it really saved on your N7 or is it streamed from the web. If anything, clean the cache.
  3. JanComputerman

    JanComputerman Android Enthusiast

    Same here ... A bunch of music I don't like or want except for maybe 2 or 3 songs that sounded a little interesting, they get loaded all by themselves and just appear in your music list so I just deleted them.
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  4. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood

    You got some free music with the purchase of the nexus 7.

    Just delete it if you don't want it.
  5. clutton86

    clutton86 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    It's saved on the device only thing I can think of it's a file from a game if I delete it.com music would it stop working.in the game 2?
  6. clutton86

    clutton86 Newbie
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    It's not the free music it's more than that some of the tracks are only a second long more sound effects that music
  7. Teknologic

    Teknologic Android Expert

    They are indeed files from a game or app that haven't been properly hidden. Search your internal storage for the folders called casino and classic. When you find them, don't delete them. Instead, create a blank file (text file is probably easiest) and remove the extension and rename it .nomedia
    If you place that in both folders it should exclude any media in them from the Android library but they'd still be usable by whatever app they're from.
    Might take some time before your library is rebuilt, restarting might trigger a media rescan.

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