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[Q] Next song

22nd August 2014, 09:17 AM |#1  
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Hi,

anybody knows a way to go to the next music song without using the Touchscreen?
Or an App that has this function integrated?
I am using Sennheiser headphones with a remote control with 3 Buttons (+, - and Play).

Thx for your help!
 
 
22nd August 2014, 09:23 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by VincThePrince

Hi,

anybody knows a way to go to the next music song without using the Touchscreen?
Or an App that has this function integrated?
I am using Sennheiser headphones with a remote control with 3 Buttons (+, - and Play).

Thx for your help!

If You Are Using Xposed 2.5 Then Install Latest Version of GravityBox and In Media Tweaks Enable Long Press Volume Keys Skip Track ....Then Reboot and Then When You Are Playing Songs And Screen Is Turned Off ... Long Press Volume + Or Volume - Key on Phone Will Change Music
22nd August 2014, 10:23 AM |#3  
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The above reply is for Xposed 2.5.
If you have Xposed 2.5+ (2.7 for example), disable resource hooks in Xposed settings, install the framework, reboot then find in downloads section of Xposed 'Physical Button Music Control', install it, enable the module and customize your settings.
You can do 2 short volume up press for next track, 1 long press, 3 short press etc, you can customize how you like it with that module.
22nd August 2014, 01:02 PM |#4  
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The above reply is for Xposed 2.5.
If you have Xposed 2.5+ (2.7 for example), disable resource hooks in Xposed settings, install the framework, reboot then find in downloads section of Xposed 'Physical Button Music Control', install it, enable the module and customize your settings.
You can do 2 short volume up press for next track, 1 long press, 3 short press etc, you can customize how you like it with that module.

2.5 doesn't need to disable resource hooks and also allows advanced reboot menu and customized nav bar and many other modules
22nd August 2014, 01:05 PM |#5  
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2.5 doesn't need to disable resource hooks and also allows advanced reboot menu and customized nav bar and many other modules

I know.. Read again the first 12 words of my previous post.
25th August 2014, 08:07 AM |#6  
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i forgot to say that my P7 isnn't rooted...
21st January 2015, 11:32 AM |#7  
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just double click the play button on your headset
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