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Using the Music Player on Your Galaxy Camera

The Music Player allows you to play music files stored on the device or optional microSD card. Music Player supports the following music file types: 3GP, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, M4A, MIDI, MMF, MP3, PMD, QCP, WAV, and WMA.

Accessing Music Player

  1. Touch Apps > Music Player.  

  2. Your mobile device will search for music on your device and microSD card.

The Music Player app has two primary views: the Library view and the Now Playing view. From within the Library view, you can navigate using the tabs at the top of the screen.

  • All: Lists songs in alphabetical order.   

  • Playlists: Your created playlists and some default playlists are here.

  • Albums: Lists all the albums in your collection.   

  • Artists: Groups all songs and albums under their contributing artist.   

  • Music square: Create automatic playlists based on your mood.   

  • Folders: View the folders containing music on your device and memory card.   

  • Nearby devices: View the music files of nearby devices.   

You can switch from the default list view to a thumbnail view by touching the Menu icon > Thumbnail view. This option is not available when viewing from the All or Music square tabs. 

Playing Music

To play a song, touch a song in your library to listen to it. The Now playing screen opens.


Play Pause
Previous/Rewind Next/Fast-Forward
Sound Alive List
Shuffle Repeat
Music Square Volume

Now Playing Screen Options

Touch the Menu icon to display the following options:

  • Add to quick list: Add the song to the Quick list in the playlists.

  • Via Bluetooth: Route the audio to a Bluetooth-enabled headset.

  • Share via: Share the song over Bluetooth, Email, Gmail, Messaging, or Wi-Fi Direct.

    Additional sharing options may be available on your device. The options may vary based on applications installed and features you have activated.

  • Add to playlist: Add the song to a new playlist or an existing playlist.

  • Set as: Set the current song as Phone ringtone, Caller ringtones, or as an Alarm tone.

  • Scan for nearby devices: Scan for nearby devices you can share with wirelessly. Touch to begin remote playback.

  • Settings:

    • SoundAlive: Select from a predefined equalizer setting or create your own custom setting.

    • Play speed: Increase the playback speed to up to two times faster or slow it down by half the speed.

    • Music menu: This menu allows you to select which categories you want to display in your library view. Choose from Albums, Artists, Genres, Music square, Folders, Composers, and Years. Choose which playlist to be viewed: Most played, Recently played, or Recently added. When the feature is selected, a green check mark will appear.

    • Lyrics: Select this option to view the song lyrics, if any are available.

    • Music auto off: Select the time-frame in which to turn off the music. Choose Custom to select a specific amount of time.

  • Details: View the details of the current song. Touch Tag to get song information, if available.

  • End: Stop the Music Player and exit the application. To continue playing the music in the background, press Home.


Create a Playlist

  1. From the Music Player app, touch the Playlists tab.  

  2. Touch Menu > Create playlist.  

  3. Enter a name for the playlist and touch OK.  

  4. Touch Add music and select the songs to add. When selected, a green check mark will appear in the checkbox.  

  5. Touch Done to save the playlist.  

  6. Press Back to return to the Playlist tab.  

Edit a Playlist

  1. From the Music Player app, touch Playlists.  

  2. Touch the playlist to edit.

  3. Touch Menu and select Add to include additional songs.  

  4. Touch Remove to delete songs from the playlist.  

  5. Touch Edit to rename the playlist.  

  6. Touch Change Order to select the order in which the songs are played.  

Music Square

Music square automatically creates a playlist depending on your mood. Simply touch a square on the grid and Music square will automatically analyze the tempo of the songs in your library to match your mood. To play multiple songs, touch and drag your finger across multiple squares. 

Four tempos/moods are available: Exciting, Calm, Joyful, and Passionate. You can switch the horizontal axis to New and Old by touching the Menu icon and selecting Change horizontal axis > Years.

Before using Music square, you will need to have a minimum of 25 songs stored on the device or memory card, and will need to update the library. To scan the library for songs recently loaded, touch the Menu icon > Library update.

In the Now Playing screen, touch the icon next to Music square to quickly jump to the Music square option.

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