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What do u mean folder playback?

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So nobody here heard of Spotify? I didn't even know that there is a stock player for HTC before reading this topic.
Some of us have more.... er... eclectic tastes in music for Spotify. Not too mention I prefer uncompressed flac over Spotify any day. But hey, not everyone is an audiophile.
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Listening to flac on a phone isn't audiophile. It's sounds cool though.

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Some of us have more.... er... eclectic tastes in music for Spotify. Not too mention I prefer uncompressed flac over Spotify any day. But hey, not everyone is an audiophile.
Good point there. But I am willing to bet that true audiophiles don't want to use m8 for listening to music.
But I guess that you already ditched your stock earbuds also. I enjoy using them and more than happy for spotify quality.

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there is one difference that i noticed

when using headphones, screen turned off

one click on headphones button do pause/play music in both apps
but doubleclick on Google Music switch to next track and on HTC Player calss last dialed number, for me it is a dealbreaker

holding down button seems to generate some kind of error, displays "Initializing" forever
but only on locked screen, on unlocked it launches Google Voice Search propertly
This is the reason I can't use the stock player even if I want to. The lack of "skip track" control with my headphone controls. Shame.
 
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I use Google music all access so I don't have much of a choice. But having pretty much any song I want to listen to ever is worth it
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