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I too was looking for this feature. It can be done as follows: I wanted to play songs based on folder, which is not possible using default. Using Edit - Preferences, add the Location field. Then sort by this field by clicking the header of the column. This image shows how to play songs by folder.


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You are ~probably supposed to also be able to change the setting for global play-pause in gnome-control-center -> All Settings -> Keyboard -> Play (or Play/Pause), which I think is by default set to Control-Space. But, it won't let you set Space as an option since that would conflict with other applications. It's also not working for me at the moment; ...


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open rhythmbox click import (placed below album cover, along with Edit, Browse, View ALl select folder location of your music, click Open the list should load your mp3 file Click "import x listed tracks" button (x is amount of mp3 files you have in the folder you choose earlier)


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I don't like Rhythmbox. I use Banshee instead (which comes as the default on Linux Mint and, as far as I'm concerned, should come as the default on Ubuntu). Banshee has a similar appearance to Rhythmbox, but I find that it runs smoother and better. You can find it in the Ubuntu Software Center by simply searching Banshee. Then, to remove Rhythmbox, you ...


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The Windows Media Player itself can be made to work but is not a good fit for Ubuntu. As I don't like rhythmbox neither, so I just use VLC player to play all of my media. The advantage of VLC (for me, might be a disadvantage to you) is that it doesn't contain a media library at all! To remove rhythmbox and install VLC player: sudo apt-get purge ...


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You can use gsettings from the terminal. First open terminal and then you will have to find the current location with this: gsettings get org.gnome.rhythmbox.rhythmdb locations You will get one or more paths like this ['file:///home/user/Music'] In your case if the NTFS partition is mounted in the /dev/sda* it will something like ['file:///dev/sda*'] so ...


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you can use Bluetooth ( & pulseaudio ): to stream music from the phone to Ubuntu to use your pc mic to do calls Here a complete guide for ubuntu ( it is a bit tricky since there is not a gui ) http://blog.stevenocchipinti.com/2012/10/bluetooth-audio-streaming-from-phone-to.html/



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