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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: How to Set a Timer to Automatically Stop Music from Auto-Playing after a Certain Amount of Time in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

If you're the one who often fall asleep with music being played in your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge but don't want to end up waking up in the morning to a depleted battery, you can set a timer in the Music app before you go to sleep to have your phone automatically turns off the playback after the predefined time is over so you don't have to wake up somewhere in the middle of the night just to manually stop the playback. This feature can also help you save more power because your phone doesn't need to use power to play the music when you have fallen asleep.


How to adjust the music auto off timer in the Music app?
You can do so by using the following steps:
Open the Music app.Tap More at the top right and then select Settings.
Tap Music auto off and then select from the following options:
Never: this option is enabled by default. If you select it, your phone will not stop playing the playback until you turn it off manually.After 15 minutesAfter 30 minutesAfter 1 hourAfter 1 hour…

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: How to Listen to Music at Equal Volume Level in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

Music app in Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has a feature named smart volume which will let you set your phone to automatically adjust the volume of all tracks to an equal level with the volume of the current playback. You can use this feature if your music files are come from different sources and/or have different sound qualities which make them sound louder or quieter than the current playback.


How to enable the smart volume feature in the Music app?
You can turn on this feature by using the following steps:
Open the Music app.Tap More at the top right and then select Settings.
Tap the ON/OFF switch next to Smart volume to enable or disable this option. The switch turns when it's enabled.
When the smart volume feature is enabled, the Music app will automatically adjust the volume of all tracks to an equal level with the volume of the current playback. As the example, if the volume of the current playback is set to 30%, then the volume of other tracks will automatically be adjusted to 30%.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: How to Listen to Music Wirelessly with Bluetooth Speaker in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

If you're the one who often use your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to listen to the music, doing this wirelessly with a Bluetooth speaker can be an alternative way if you don't want to plug any cable into your phone when it comes to connect with ear buds, headphones or other external speakers so you can listen to the music away from your phone.


How to listen to music wirelessly with a Bluetooth speaker?
You can do so by using the following steps:
Turn on your Bluetooth speaker.Turn on Bluetooth on your phone by swiping down the top of the screen to access the notification panel and then tap Bluetooth button in the quick settings area. Your phone will automatically scan for all available nearby Bluetooth devices.
Tap your Bluetooth speaker's name to pair and connect it with your phone.
Now, open the Music app and then select the required song you want to listen to with the Bluetooth speaker.If needed, you can use your Bluetooth speaker to keep your phone unlocked while it's being…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Delete Music Files in a Windows Computer via Windows Explorer App

If you can't delete your music files directly from your Samsung Galaxy S4, e.g: when the screen is broken but the phone can still be turned on, then alternatively you can connect your phone with your Windows PC and then delete the music files using Windows Explorer app. It can also be an alternative way if you have not had the Samsung Kies 3 app in your PC yet. However, if you'd like to backup your music files first by transferring them to your computer before deleting them, you can see the complete steps here.

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Disclaimer: this post is written based on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 runs with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and the computer uses Windows 7 Professional 32-bit as the operating system.
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How to delete music files from Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop in a Windows computer via Windows Explorer app?
As the example, we'll delete all music files stored in the Music folder in the internal stora…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Transfer Music Files to a Windows PC via Windows Explorer App

For some reason, you'll probably need to transfer your music files to your Windows computer, e.g: when you want to backup your music files by copying them to your computer so that when you accidentally lose them you can easily retrieve them from your computer, when you want to free up some space in your phone by moving your music files to your computer, etc. However, if you don't like using Samsung Kies 3 app to transfer files between your phone and your Windows PC, or if you have not installed Samsung Kies 3 app yet, you can still easily transfer your music files from your phone to your Windows computer by using Windows Explorer app.

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Disclaimer: this post is written based on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 runs with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and the computer uses Windows 7 Professional 32-bit as the operating system.
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How to transfer music files from Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop to a Windows comp…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Add Music from a Windows Computer via Windows Explorer App

Samsung Galaxy S4 comes with the default Music Player app that can be used to listen to the music stored in the phone memory or in the SD card. If you use your Windows PC as the main storage of your music collections, you can transfer them to your phone with ease via Windows Explorer app so that you can listen them directly from your phone anytime you like. Also, it can be an alternative way if you don't like using Samsung Kies 3 app to transfer files between your PC and your phone.

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Disclaimer: this post is written based on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 runs with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and the computer uses Windows 7 Professional 32-bit as the operating system.
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How to add music from a Windows Computer to Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop via Windows Explorer App?
As the example, we'll copy some music files from a Windows PC to the Music folder in the SD card in Samsung Galaxy S4 by using the foll…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Delete Music Files via Samsung Kies 3 App in a Windows Computer

Samsung Kies 3 app is an app from Samsung that can be used to manage multimedia files in your Samsung Galaxy S4. If needed, you can use this app to easily delete unwanted music files from your phone when your phone is being connected to a computer. However, if you'd like to backup your music files first before deleting them, you can see the complete steps here.

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Disclaimer: this post is written based on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 runs with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and the computer uses Windows 7 Professional 32-bit as the operating system.
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How to delete music files in Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop via Samsung Kies 3 app in a Windows computer?
As the example, we'll delete some music files in Samsung Galaxy S4 via Samsung Kies 3 app in a Windows PC by using the following steps:
Connect your phone to the computer using the provided USB cable by plugging the micro USB connector to the micro USB p…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Transfer Music Files to a Windows Computer

Transferring all music files from your Samsung Galaxy S4 to a Windows computer via Samsung Kies 3 app is one of the ways that can be taken to backup them so that when you lose your music files, e.g: you have accidentally deleted them, you can easily retrieve them from your computer.

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Disclaimer: this post is written based on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 runs with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and the computer uses Windows 7 Professional 32-bit as the operating system.
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How to transfer music files from Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop to a Windows computer via Samsung Kies 3 app?
As the example, we'll copy all music files from Samsung Galaxy S4, either those in the internal storage and in the SD card, to a Windows PC via Samsung Kies 3 app by using the following steps:
Connect your phone to the computer using the provided USB cable by plugging the micro USB connector to the micro USB port in your device (it&#…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Add Music from a Windows Computer via Samsung Kies 3 App

If you love to listen to the music in your Samsung Galaxy S4, you can easily add your favourite music into your phone by using some different methods, one of which is by adding music files stored in your Windows computer to your phone via Samsung Kies 3 app.

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Disclaimer: this post is written based on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 runs with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop and the computer uses Windows 7 Professional 32-bit as the operating system.
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How to add music from a Windows computer to your Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0.1 Lollipop via Samsung Kies 3 app?
As the example, we'll add some mp3 files from a Windows PC to the Samsung Galaxy S4 via Samsung Kies 3 app by using the following steps:
Connect your phone to the computer using the provided USB cable by plugging the micro USB connector to the micro USB port in your device (it's located under the Home key) and the USB connector to a USB port on your PC. If it…

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Play Shared Music Using Nearby Devices Feature in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Nearby devices is a content sharing feature available in Samsung Galaxy S5 that will let you share or access media files with other nearby devices that are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. One of the media files that can be accessed using this feature is music files. When the nearby devices feature in your phone is enabled, you can access shared music in a nearby device and play it directly from your phone.


How to enable the nearby devices feature?
Before you can play shared music in a nearby device, you have to enable the nearby devices feature in your phone first by using the following steps:
On any screen, swipe down the top of the screen to open up the notification panel and then tap at the top right to go to the settings menu.With the settings menu is displayed in grid view, scroll down to the Connect and share section and then tap Nearby devices.If Nearby devices is off, tap the ON/OFF switch to turn it on.The nearby devices feature has been enabled and you'll see this ic…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Enable and Use Cover to Mute/Pause in Android 4.4 Kitkat

Samsung has provided some motion features to their users in order to help them controlling and interacting with their phone easier and faster. One of the motion features available is the turn over to mute/pause that you can use to mute incoming calls, alarms and to pause media playback by turning over the phone so that the screen will face downward.

See also: How to Enable and Use Turn Over to Mute/Pause in the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 4.4 Kitkat

If you notice, there's also a motion called cover to mute/pause that has the similar function with turn over to mute/pause. You can use both of them to mute incoming calls and alarms as well as to pause the media playback. The difference is turn over to mute/pause works when you turn the device over, while cover to mute/pause works when you cover the screen with your palm. Since this option is not enabled by default, then you have to enable it first if you want to use it on your phone.



How to enable or disable cover to mute/pause fea…

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Listen Songs at Equal Volume Levels in the Music Player App in Android 4.4 Kitkat

Almost everyone likes listening to the music, even some of them always listen to the music whatever they do. It may be the reason why the Samsung Galaxy SIV puts the music player as one of its pre-installed apps. All of music files you have saved in your phone will be automatically scanned and indexed by this app so that you don't need to add them manually.

See also: How to Play Music Using the Music Player App in the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 4.4 Kitkat

Since you can get music files from various sources, you may notice that there are some music files that have different sound qualities therefore when you play them in the music player app they will end up louder or quieter. To help you solve that problem, the music player app has provided you an option called smart volume that you can use to make the music player app adjusts all songs at equal volume levels with the level you use in the currently playing song.



How to set all songs to the same volume levels in the music player …

Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Add or Remove Songs Within Playlist in the Music Player App in Android 4.4 Kitkat

Creating playlist is the feature that you can find in the stock Music Player app. You can use this feature to categorize the songs according to your own category, for instance a playlist contains the love songs or a playlist contains the religious songs, etc.

See also: How to Create, Edit or Delete Playlist in the Music Player App in the Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 4.4 Kitkat

When you're creating a playlist usually you'll be brought to a screen where you can add songs into the playlist you've just created. However, aside from adding songs when creating a new playlist you can also add or remove songs within an existing playlist with ease.


How to add songs to a playlist?
Basically, there are two methods available that you can do to add one song or more to a playlist, from the playlist or from the menu/tab where you can see the songs list.


Method #1: From the playlist
Open Music Player app.Tap Playlists tab.Tap the required playlist.Tap Add button.Select the desired songs yo…