I'm running Ammy's Music app on my Android phone. When I switch to Offline Mode, in addition to seeing my downloaded Amazon music (which is good), I also see my local music files, my audiobooks and every other file that the Music App thinks it can play (which is not good). They are just creating a lot of clutter in the Amazon Music app. I have dedicated apps for those types of files.
Is there some way I can exclude them?
If there isn't a way, may I request it for a new feature? Or, more to the point, can you just let me tell you where I want you to look instead of searching my device?
Hi philovance, Please try removing Amazon Musics permission for accessing storage on the device. To do so open the main Settings app on your phone, tap Apps or Application Manager (depending on your device, this may look different). Next tap Amazon Music, and tap Permissions. Then turn off the permission for storage.
Let me know if this works, and welcome to the forum!
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When I do that, if I try to enter to enter Offline Mode, I get, "Amazon Music needs storage permission to download and play music." It means it too. If I try to DL something from Online Mode, I get the same message. If I ignore the message and go to Offline Mode anyway, the local music is still present, but without the thumbnails even after a Refresh and a Restart. It won't, of course, play.