[SOLVED] Podcasts & Audiobooks

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[SOLVED] Podcasts & Audiobooks

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I have a paid version of MM desktop and a FREE version of MM for Andriod.
I copied some Audiobooks from MM desktop to my Android phone.
When I played the Audiobooks on Android, they didn't seem to play in sequence, even though the "Track #" is set in the right order.
They were being in random order, just like "Shuffle" for files of Music type.
What do you think I might be missing here?
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Re: Podcasts & Audiobooks

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Are the files in the Audiobooks section of MMA? Do you have Shuffle enabled (tap on Artwork in Now Playing to see).
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Re: Podcasts & Audiobooks

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Lowlander wrote: Thu May 28, 2020 11:25 am Are the files in the Audiobooks section of MMA? Do you have Shuffle enabled (tap on Artwork in Now Playing to see).
The files are under SD Card > Music > Audiobooks
This is where the files were copied in my Android phone, when I copied them over using MMD
The files are marked as type Audiobooks in MMD
When I open the Audiobook under MMA, I see the Play button has that tiny shuffle icon with those twisted arrows.
How do I turn off the shuffle mode?
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Re: Podcasts & Audiobooks

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Twisted Arrows means you're adding files in a random order to the Player. Instead, long press a file, select all and use the Play Now button at the left bottom of the screen.
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Re: Podcasts & Audiobooks

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I think I found the solution; thanks :-)
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