That phone got run over, my new G4 now has marshmallow. The apps that claimed to work don't, black music player had a built in editor and it looked promising, it let me edit my music but after exiting the app and going back in, it had changed back to the original title.(two hours of my life I can't get back.) So is there anyway around this with a simple fix? Now my new G4 has marshmallow 6.0 and I can't edit anything....
I have a LG G4 with marshmallow 6.0, my old G4 had lollipop and I could edit my music with an app. I think it's a developer issue with marshmallow, I had no problems editing with lollipop in file manager, I just don't have that option now with marshmallow. They might or might not trigger the media scanner afterwards, so it might only appear they did nothing. I had an LG G4 with lollipop and I had no issues editing my music titles (I could do this from file manager) and id3ditor app.
But no way I know of to tweak Explorer as-is to show v2.4 tags (such tags also use UTF-8 encoding which Explorer doesn't support).
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