just some more information from me
I just wanted to give some other issues I have. But it's also related to music play. But most of the time, the problem is, that the music does not stop directly within a song. It stops just between the songs (most of the time).
The first time i recognized this issue, i went to Terminal and searched my "music" path with "lsof" and - in normal operation - there seem to be 4 processes...2 media processes and 2 sdcard processes holding the "current" song and the song it should play next.
I also have this issue with several music players (rocket player, apollo, etc) BUT I think I have more issues with apollo. When the music stops "switching" to the next song, I used to press the "skip to next song" within the lockscreen widget of apollo. That seem to work several times but at some point, pressing the "skip to next song" did nothing. I again searched with "lsof" and found a "couple" of "media" and "scard" jobs! Sometimes about 10 "media" songs and 10 "sdcard" processes. (as if there were Threads started for every "skip to next song" press)
And then, I just had this a couple of times, the music just stops within a song and switched to another song, so as if there were 2 players running (one in background - mute) and when the one playing "died", the one in the background could be "heard".
Now, then I have this issue, I go into apollo into the current "playlist" and press the "play" button (to pause the song which actually didn't start to play) and then press the play again. Then music continues to play "another" song, but continues.
Using this method works "better" for me, but does not really solve the problem.
So I also hope that this very strange bug will be found and fixed one day. I really like the OmniRom
But this music play but is really annoying.