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YXS Music Player


 

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  Demo version is here:
                   Production version is here:



YXS Music Player is a music player which provides various useful features with easy user interface,
such as Drag-sort playlist, A-B repeat, and Music share.
Also it supports many audio file formats that the standard music player doesn't support.

Features:
  • Easy user interface
  • Drag-sort playlist -- You can change the playback order of the songs in the playlist easily by dragging the list item.
  • A-B Repeat -- You can specify the start position "A" and the end position "B", and then repeat between the position "A" and "B".
  • Music share -- You can send the selected audio file via Gmail, Bluetooth or the other applications.
  • Support for many audio file formats (3gp, 3g2, aac, ac3, aiff, amr, ape, au, flac, m4a, mka, mp2, mp3, mp4, mpc, oga, ra, tta, wav, wma, wv and more)
  • Playback of an audio track in the video files that have the selected formats (3gp, 3g2, avi, divx, flv, m1v, m2v, m4v, mkv, mov, mpg, mp4, ogg, ogv, ogx, rm, webm, wmv)
  • Notification icon to indicate the currently playing track
  • Stereo VU meter --  Indicates the sound level for each channel.
  • Support for an equalizer application -- In combination with "Fun Audio Effector", it will provide outstanding performance.
  • Required app permissions are only as follows, so you can use it at ease:
  •     (1) Network Communication (Google Play license check) (Not necessary for the demo version)
        (2) Storage (Read the contents of your SD card) (Android 4.4 and higher only)

System requirements:
  • 1GHz or faster ARMv7-A compatible processor
  • Android 2.3 or higher


  NOTE
  
  1. This application periodically requires a network connection for a license check only.
     However, once validity of the license is confirmed, you can use the application without a network connection for a few days.

  2. Network streams are not supported.



HOW TO USE

1. Playback

You can start playback by touching a song in the track list.

Playback control panel


(1). FF (Fast Forward) / REW (Rewind)
    Touch the FF button to move the playback position forward by the specified seek time.
    Touch the REW button to move the playback position backward by the specified seek time.
    The default seek time is 10 seconds. You can change the seek time from the settings menu.

(2). NEXT / PREV
    Touch the NEXT button to skip to the next track.
    Touch the PREV button to move to the beginning of the current track.
    Touch the PREV button again within 2 seconds to skip to the previous track.
    
(3). Position A / B
    Touch the A button to set the current position to position "A" 
    Touch the B button to set the current position to position "B" 
    These buttons are enabled only in A-B repeat mode.
    The position  "A" and "B" can be reset by touching & holding the A and B buttons, respectively.

(4) Repeat mode
    Touch to toggle repeat mode:

(A). Repeat off 
    All the tracks in the playback queue are played. After that,  playback stops.


Normal repeat(B). Normal repeat
    All the tracks in the playback queue are played repeatedly.


A-B repeat(C).  A-B repeat
    Playback between the position "A" and "B" will be repeated.



(5). Shuffle
    Touch to toggle shuffle mode on/off. 
    If shuffle mode is on, tracks are played in random order.
 

2. Context menu

Context menus contain tools that apply to a specific item on the screen.
Touch & hold an item in the list until  the menu opens.

(1). Add to queue
    If the selected item is a song, the selected song is added to the playback queue,
    otherwise all the songs associated with the selected item are added.

(2). Add to Playlist
    If the selected item is a song, the selected song is added to the playlist,
    otherwise all the songs associated with the selected item are added.
    Touch "Add to Playlist" in the menu, then you can select or create the playlist from the following menu:
Playlist menu

(3). Share
    You can send the selected song via Gmail, Bluetooth or the other applications.
    Touch "Share" in the menu, and then you can select applications from the following menu:
Share menu

(4). Exclude from the list
    You can exclude the selected song from the list.
    The excluded song (audio file) is not deleted. You can recover the excluded songs anytime from the settings screen.


3. Working with playlist
    You can create playlists to organize selected songs into sets of songs, which you can play in the order you set or in a shuffle.

(1). Create a playlist
    1) Touch "Add to Playlist" in the context menu (See "2. Context menu") to open the playlist menu.
    2) Touch "New playlist" in the the playlist menu.

(2). Add a song to a playlist
    1) Touch "Add to Playlist" in the context menu (See "2. Context menu") to open the playlist menu.
    2) Touch a playlist you want to add in the the playlist menu.

(3.)Rearrange songs in a playlist
Playlist usage

1) Open a playlist library by touching "PLAYLIST" tab or swiping left a main screen.
2) Open a playlist by touching the item you want to open.
3) Drag a song up or down to change its order in the playlist.
















3. Application menu

If your system is Android 2.x, press the menu button on your terminal to open the menu:
menu android 2.3x

If your system is Android 3.0 or later, the menu items (Refresh, Settings) are on the action bar:
option menu

(1). Refresh
    Touch the Refresh icon to refresh the music library.
    Usually, the music library is automatically refreshed when the USB storage is updated.
    However,  some systems may not refresh the music library automatically for some reason.
    So you may need to refresh the music library manually.

(2). Settings
    Touch the Settings icon to open the settings screen.
    The settings screen contains the following items:

    (A). Seek by FF/REW button
        You can select the seek time (5sec, 10sec, 15sec, 30sec).

    (B). Dual-pane mode for Landscape screen
        If checked,  two lists are shown on the same screen.
        (e.g,  left pane is for an album list, right pane is for a track list)    

    (C). Select Video file formats
        You can play audio tracks of the video files that have selected formats (3GPP, AVI, DivX, FLV, MP4, WMV, etc.).
        These video files are added to the music library, and can be played as an audio file.

    (D). Excluded file list
        You can show the excluded file list, and recover the selected files.

    (E). Enable equalizer app
        Usually, you don't have to change this setting. 
        Uncheck only when you have a problem with your equalizer application.