1. MrGlenn's Avatar
    So, the Music app indexes all music/media files found on your device and SD card. The problem I have is it also indexed some temporary app files.
    The files no longer exist, but can not be removed manually from the Music app.

    I now placed a '.nomedia' file in most of my app folders (like device/misc and voice) to make sure those are no longer indexed in the future.

    My remaining question is: is there any way to force the Music app to re-start the index?

    BlackBerry 10 signed.
    01-24-14 05:45 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    If they're on your SD card just pull it out and put it back in, forces re-index. Not sure about internal memory though.
    01-24-14 06:00 PM
  3. MrGlenn's Avatar
    Thanks, it is caused by some remaining app files, they were all in the device/misc folder.

    Tried reloading sys.airtunes/musicplayer that did not work out.
    Guess I will just reload the entire OS when official 10.2.1 hits.

    BlackBerry 10 signed.
    01-24-14 06:25 PM

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