Hold down one of the buttons, and you rewind or fast-forward through the song. As you hold, the speed of rewind or fast-forward accelerates. Move the slider to go to a specific location in the song. To make the slider appear or disappear, tap the picture of the album. Song and album information.
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From here, you can tap any other song to play it. The Galaxy S II music player normally plays the songs in your playlist or album in order, from first to last. Tap it again to stop the shuffle. Tap the loop button , and it plays the current song endlessly from beginning to end, from beginning to end, from beginning to…you get the idea. When you tap it, the A in the loop button turns into a 1. Tap it again, and it plays the current album or playlist continuously.
Tap the button again to turn looping off. Other buttons. See Sound Effects and the Equalizer for details about how to choose different sound modes. Want even more music controls and features? Add to quick list. This adds the current song to the quick list playlist. Via Bluetooth. This lets you share the song via Bluetooth see Bluetooth Earpieces.
Share music via. Add to playlist. Tap this to add the song to any playlist.
Lets you change many settings, such as for sound effects, turning on an equalizer, what appears on the music menu, and so on. For more details about sound effects and the equalizer, see the next section. This lets you find out details about the current song, including its title, a biography of the musician, and information about the album. An equalizer changes the emphasis given to certain parts of a piece of music—emphasizing bass, treble, or voice, for example. On the Galaxy S II, the equalizer settings are self-explanatory, and for specific types of music: Pop, Rock, Jazz, Dance, and so on.
Just pick the kind of music you listen to, and the Galaxy S II changes the settings so that music sounds best. Fiddle around with it until you come up with a sound you like. Sound Effect. From here you even further customize your sound—make it sound like a music hall, for example, or give it an extra bass oomph.
Tap this option and select the sound effect you want. To add the song to your current playlist or an existing playlist, tap the playlist to which you want to add it. To create a new playlist and add this song to it, tap Create playlist, type a name for the playlist, and then tap Save. This can cause the sound to not work as the phone my think it is attached to a music dock or station. A very good way to clean the dock is to find an old toothbrush or similar tool and brush out the dock.
You can try this for a few minutes in a gentle manner. It is surprising how mush dirt you fill find. There has been some problems with sound due to moisture being in the phone or around the speaker.
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You can remove this moisture by turning the phone off, removing the battery and sim card and placing it in a container of rice for 24 hours. Similar to the above step with moisture being captured in the Samsung Galaxy you can remove the residue or moisture by waving a hair dryer on low heat over the phone. This is another strange step but has been found to be very successful. When waving the hair dryer over the phone ensure that it is on the lowest heat setting and is a fair distance from the phone to prevent it from heating to much.
You only have to do this step for about a minute at a time to prevent over heating. There have been many reported problems and issues arising after connection a Samsung Galaxy device to a bluetooth device. Even though the connection has been aborted there still seems to be a ghost connection which is causing problems when trying to play back sound on the device.
Contact your provider or place of purchase as it may be a hardware issue and will need to be repaired or replaced. Since there can be faults with he Samsung Galaxy it may be a one off flaw and can be replaced or fixed.
If any of these solutions or fixes worked for you or if you tried something different please share down blew. I fear the worst.
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I was worrying that the speaker is broken or something and I freaked out, then restarting it does the trick! While this phone generally has a good sound quality there are instances when despite setting the volume all the way high the sound emitted by the speaker is too low or there might not be any sound at all. We have gathered several issues of this nature sent our way and have addressed them below. We will be more than happy to assist you with any concern that you may have with your device. This is a free service we are offering with no strings attached.
We however ask that when you do contact us try to be as detailed as possible so that an accurate assessment can be made and the correct solution can be given. If you would like to browse the previous parts in this series then check out this link. Since i updated my note 4 to marshmallow 6. When old software data is not completely removed during the update this causes several issues on the device. After marshmallow update when i connect my headphone in the jack the song is playing but i cannot hear the song through my headphone…1st i thought headphone problem..
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Related Problem: My headset is not working in my note 4 after updating my android to android 6. Please help. Can you hear the song playing through the external speaker when you take out the headphones? If you hear the song playing then the issue is isolated only if you use headphones. What you should do first in this case is to check if the headphone port of your phone has any dirt or debris in it.
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Clean this port if necessary using a can of compressed air. Check if the issue still occurs. If it does then I suggest that you backup your phone data then do a factory reset. This is a highly recommended troubleshooting step that needs to be done whenever issues occur right after a major software update.
I recently upgraded to Marshmallow and have encountered an odd problem. When I want to listen to an audiobook and I plug in headphones or use a bluetooth device, after a few minutes the audio moves down to silent. I can reset the audio level but it immediately goes silent again.