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[GitHub issue by johnshih on 2012-09-13T04:30:11Z, https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/gaia/issues/4672] ## Environment : Otoro phone, build 2012-09-13 Build info: * "gaia" revision= 223f1c150d13531dfa86dc5deeb35ca0fb385a3a * "gecko" revision= 2ce42a613aa434aac1fbda78bdcf12fbe6602d12 ## Repro : 1. Flash the phone 2. Launch the music app ## Expected: * If there is music file in SD card, it will load the file without show "No Song" message ## Actual: * Always show "No Song" message and then still get the music file
[GitHub comment by johnshih on 2012-09-25T06:51:33Z] still can reproduce now ping @dominickuo
[GitHub comment by dominickuo on 2012-09-26T11:42:45Z] @johnshih This issue is related to the implementation of music app and mediadb, I am figuring out how to solve this issue.
Seems doesn't happen anymore! build info 2012-10-12(Master) gaia : 2ab7bd25e21b7931b700731389ad433286a18945 mozilla-central : c96b188e4b7d480bdd897eb7b368afc91b8e6e5f
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
I don't see the music files I put on my SD card either -_- ; I use Boot2Gecko-126.96.36.199-prerelease on a Geeksphone Revolution. Even if I download a mp3 file or an ogg vorbis file from the browser, I don't see any music file with the music app.
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