I just wanted to know where the music search feature is, or why it is not implemented yet.
I currently own a lumia 820, have a 64 GB sd card inside and ca. 6000 songs (30 GB) on it. It just makes no fun to scroll a list of 300 S-interprets just to get to know it's not a S-band, but The S-band.
Improve it please! It doesn't blend with the global search idea on wp 8.
(BTW: the xbox music app lacks the search feature to and is even not able to list all artists properly:
Something is missing after Adham Shaikh...
2012-11-29 9:30 - edited 2012-11-29 9:31
Sorry, but you didn't understand my question right. I know the "#" or "a" button, but as I already have written, I am tired of scrolling through 300 artists beginning with s.
We need a search function similar to searching your phone's apps or in the marketplace.
Typing "sugar" and you get anything from "brown sugar" to "Sugarbabes". Even my old hard disk mp3 player manages to do that.
What both apps currently have, is nor search function, it's simple listing by letters.
And why do both apps deliver different results?
2012-11-29 14:29 - edited 2012-11-29 14:33
I wish that function at least for Nokia music
The appropriate uservoice-thread is here:
Nokia Music seems to be having problems with the Nokia Lumia 820:
The consequence is 3.7 GB of files that I can't delete and because of this my internal memory is full without way to fix it.
Note: I can't understand why if the system is set to use the microSD, some files are still placed in the internal memory like artist information, covers, playlists, etc. using hidden folders in the main Music folder.
I have a nokia lumia 920. Is nokia music available in lebanon? and i read on your facebbok page about free nokia music how can i get that? thank you.
Thank you for posting and welcome to Nokia Support Discussions!
You can download Nokia Music from the Store (formerly Marketplace) under Nokia Collection. It is available for those regions which are offering the Nokia Music services. If you can't find the application that would normally mean this service is not (yet) available to you.
Nokia Music is only available in certain territories, so if the SIM card which does not support the service, this option would not be visible when you open the application. However, if you log in with a Nokia Music account which Nokia Music service is available, then you would see this option.
I'm using a lumia 620 (bought from Saudi Arabia) and using the same in India. I cant see all the options on the Nokia Music app like offline songs, store and mix radio. I have the latest app on my device and I have never seen these options on my phone from the time I bought it (used it for a month in Saudi Arabia as well)