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Samsung Music (Player)

(Topic created on: 04-09-2021 09:09 PM)
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Juñior
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Galaxy A
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF SONGS CAN BE PLAYED AND STORED IN THE APPS? 
DOES ANYONE KNOWS ABOUT THIS?
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itsmeian
Active Level 8
Galaxy A
The direct answer to that is NO LIMIT.

The limit still depends on your available phone storage. Most songs are sized about 3-10 MB each, depending on the length and quality of it.

For your guidance, you can store around 300 songs (with 3 MB each) or 100 songs (with 10 MB each) on 1 GB storage.
Juñior
Active Level 1
Galaxy A
MY INQUIRY WAS FOR THE APPLICATIONS "SAMSUNG MUSIC" AND NOT THE PHONE STORAGE!.
Ty
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itsmeian
Active Level 8
Galaxy A
IT'S STILL THE SAME!!! Samsung Music app depends on the songs stored on your phone!

If you still don't get it, let me know promptly and politely!
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Juñior
Active Level 1
Galaxy A
OK THEN I'LL SEND SCREEN SHOT FROM SAMSUNG MUSIC APPS ->
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Juñior
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SONG'S STORED IN SAMSUNG MUSIC BUT IT DOESN'T PLAYED IT ALL

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Juñior
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AND THAT IS FROM THE OTHER MUSIC PLAYER APPS AND ALSO THAT IS THE CORRECT NUMBER OF MY MUSIC LIBRARY!.

SO MY INQUIRY WAS FROM THE "SAMSUNG MUSIC" WHAT WAS THE MAXIMUM CAPACITY TO BE STORED AND PLAYED IN SAMSUNG MUSIC?
HOPEFULLY DO YOU UNDERSTAND NOW @itsmeian

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itsmeian
Active Level 8
Galaxy A
21,000 songs are too much! 😳 😳 😳

Okay. What I'm sure here is there should be no limit on how many songs can be played, regardless of which music player app will you use. If your concern is the total songs stored do not match with other apps, that probably means:

-the audio file format (ACC, MP3, WAV, etc.) is not supported on the app itself

I don't know if the app is able to refresh the songs stored on your phone, otherwise you have to find that 13 other songs manually and check if its playable on Samsung Music app.

By the way, you don't need to type in all caps for no reason unless needed to emphasise. 😒 😒 😒
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Juñior
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Galaxy A
I ALREADY DID WHAT YOUR SAYING!, CHECK-OUT MY REVIEW ON SAMSUNG MUSIC APPS MAYBE THERE YOU WILL BE ENLIGHTEN ON HOW MANY SONGS I'VE FOUND-OUT TO BE PLAYED!.
IN MY WAY OF TYPING A LETTER THERE'S NO PROBLEM ABOUT IT AND THIS IS MY WAY EVER SINCE!.
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itsmeian
Active Level 8
Galaxy A
Okay then. My only suggestions for now is to convert whatever that 13 songs each not detected or supported by the Samsung Music app to their supported format (I suggest convert it to mp3).
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