- 01-18-2013, 08:57 AM #1
I've noticed that sometimes when I press a volume key to start playback of a paused song my L820 'forgets' the track, like I have just restarted my phone. Its quite annoying if you listen to talk tracks and have to find the place you left off by fast forwarding.
Does anyone else have this issue? I ve flashed the latest ROM for my region and my SD cards seems to work (cant use explorer in Windows to copy files but can use the Windows 8 sync app.
- 01-21-2013, 06:45 AM #7
Yep I have noticed that since I have Lumia 920 and it is annoying, I almost always have to start playlist from the beginning because it doesn't "memorize" last played song. Really ******* and that's one of these few little things that should stay intact since WP7. I don't understand also why Microsoft doesn't give a d*** about all these issues and is not fixing them immediately. Look it's been over a month since Portico (just a MINOR) update is out and hasn't yet reached the world except US. If that will be the case with all upcoming updates then the only way to be getting improved version of the system will be to get a new phone every year, when they come with the new version of the OS, really that is even worse then Android.
- 01-21-2013, 07:15 AM #8
- 01-21-2013, 08:58 AM #9
I've had the same issue on my 820 since the day I bought it with and without Portico. Also the audio tends to rewind a few seconds quite often in particular while I'm driving after hitting a bump. IE I'm listening to audio I hit a bump,the audio rewinds back maybe 3-4 seconds and then will play for 30 seconds and do the same thing again. The media player is really garbage on these devices and that's one of my most used features. even more than text or talk.
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