Mounted storage issue

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Randall_Lind
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Mounted storage issue

Post by Randall_Lind »

I am on T-Mobile and I don't really use mp3 files much anymore. However, I did copy files from an old iPod I had storage it on my SD Card. I loved MediaMonkey used to use it on windows. I think I paid $10. Any way no issues with MM until today. I have a Galaxy S9 on T-Mobile running Android 9. I received an update from T-Mobile today now every time I start my phone I get this in notifications: MediaMonkey Mounted storage: /storage/26AA-18B1 Scan for updated media files?

How do I turn this off or rescan to make the app happy again? Thanks.
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Re: Mounted storage issue

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That's part of the Android update. You can cancel the scan though.
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Vladimir
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"Mounted storage: Scan for updated media files?" every time phone starts

Post by Vladimir »

Since I got a new phone (Android 8.0 Oreo), I am getting the following notification every time the phone starts...

Mounted storage: /storage/0000-0000
Scan for updated media files?

This never used to happen on previous phones.

Is this expected behavior? I can't see where to turn it off.
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Re: Mounted storage issue

Post by Vladimir »

Is there a way to stop it popping up every time the phone turns on though? Or do I have to cancel the scan each time?
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