Right now there is no built in solution without rebooting the phone. However, there are apps that do fill the gap. I use one called Stop The Music. All it does is clear the "now playing"playlist. It does so with no extra frills and can even pin a tile that stops the music, and then quits.
There likely are other options, but this is the one I use.
If you are playing a music and lock the phone you can click the power button to show the lock screen and press one of the volume buttons to show an option to play/pause, forward and rewind the playlist.
I think you can't search and start playing a music in lock screen.
Yes. Here are the steps.
Long press any song and tap add to now playing. You can keep doing this till all the songs you need in the playlist are added to the now playing list. When doing this, the songs added to now playing list will be played.
Use the volume hardware button to bring up the name of the song being played at the top of the screen, below the ...
It's a rating system for songs. A hearted song means you like it and a broken hearted song means you don't like it. The software will play your hearted songs more often and your unrated songs less and your songs marked with a broken heart even less than that.
In the Zune desktop application you can make a new Autoplaylist. You have two easy options, either dislike your comedy tracks, or make sure that your comedy tracks have the correct genre e.g. stand-up comedy (this option would be the best).
On the right click PLAYLISTS
Click new autoplaylist
Give the playlist a name. For ...
You can utilize DLNA to access media on other devices in your home network (this is how most devices pull this off). This link will bring you to a detailed article on how to set it up.
If you have a Nokia device you have access to an app called "Play to", you will find in your "Nokia Collection" marketplace option.
htc has this option as well under their ...
What I've done in the past where I wanted to do what you described is used Audacity to make them one MP3 file. This is assuming you ripped them as MP3. You can then edit the combined MP3 files metadata to show the title, composer, etc.
As far as i understand, Zune is a sort of package or stack for media applications. For playing music, you need to launch the music app inside the zune.
YES, in music there is a way to do the task mentioned in your question. All you need to do is just go into the music app, slide to songs and choose the first song you want to play. Now, when the song window ...
Unfortunately, the shortcut only gets you to the current artist related songs or albums. Only access to the music + video hub from the home screen will get you a list of all the songs and albums on your phone.