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    Android Music Player

    I got wind of a music app for Android, called Cubed from my friend. I liked the UI, and it seemed simple, and utilitarian, with a great menu option, and an EQ that actually seemed to have a reasonable impact. So I went and tried the same thing on my One V. But the thing is, I have no idea how to access settings, as there is no touch sensitive button on the One V for settings, as it comes with ICS default. So any fellow cubed users on ICS, have you managed to dig up settings? Google search results on the issue do not address the issue. As my friend uses a Galaxy S2, he has the settings as a touch sensitive button.

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    Excuse me, but you posted this phone-app issue under PC GAMING!

    also: have you RTFM of your One V?
    :)

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    Sorry. Mods move this to the correct section please, my bad.

    And I have 'RTFM' FYI. But I am yet to see product manuals supplying info on accessing settings in a third party app...if you do know such manuals, please, do direct me to them.

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    I'm an android noob, but the settings button on my android apps (jelly-bean) looks like this:



    (but you probably already know that)

    Hey wait! You're from India. Shouldn't you be giving us the tech support?
    ;D
    just kidding!
    Last edited by bad guy; 02-11-2012 at 07:53 PM.

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    There is no dedicated in-app button for settings. Forgot to mention that in my first post.

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    Then maybe it's an old app, from when all android devices had (the 3) real buttons.
    Maybe that's why it's missing.

    Sorry I can't help you any further.
    Last edited by bad guy; 02-11-2012 at 08:57 PM.

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    All Android devices should have '3 buttons' - whether they are physical or virtual.

    Home, Menu and Back

    Menu is your 'in-app settings' button in this case and it should be there, somewhere - if it's not, you've got a device which is unusable because you NEED a Menu button to operate about 90% of apps...

    The 4th 'optional' button was Search - it's unpopular now and so app developers tend not to rely on it.

    p.s.

    on this One V here

    http://www.htc.com/uk/smartphones/htc-one-v/

    there are 3 buttons - back, home, menu (stupid order, but they're there).

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