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mp3 songs not cleared definitavemente from sd

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mp3 songs not cleared definitavemente from sd , active menu removes the tick from sd , but when I go to eliminate me deletes only the playlist and not from sd , in fact when I go to do the scan me puts them into playlists , c ' is a way to eliminate definitamente from sd mp3 file via Poweramp ??

 

 

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When you remove a song from a PLAYLIST it is removed from the playlist only, not deleted from your device's storage.

If you are playing a song from a regular library mode (or in Folders mode) the file will be erased from storage (after prompting).

See also http://support.powerampapp.com/knowledgebase/articles/326024-can-t-edit-delete-files-on-sd-card-android-4-4 for limitations if you are using an external SD Card on a KitKat device.

Andre

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Thanks for the reply , I have a kitkat , why can not I delete them permanently , I know that I have to change the music player . Sin is really nice Poweramp

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You cannot delete regular files from an SD Card from within apps in KitKat, it's a Google limitation, see the FAQ I linked to in my previous post.

It's pretty easy to set up a workaround though, but you do need to have a rooted device to do it.

Andre

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really thanks for the answers , I can not find a guide to make the root my device , you know some links recommend? you can send it to me on a private message if you prefer , my smart phone is samsung galaxy trend 2 ( SM - G313HN ) . thank you

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Rooting is not necessarily for the unwary phone owner, it is not risk-free and you can void you warrantee. If you want to look into it further, I'd suggest checking out the forums at http://www.xda-developers.com and searching for your phone type and see what's the normal method for rooting.

Andre

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