I used to have all my music in the M4A format, and I really enjoyed using the lyric tag feature to view the lyrics of my songs anywhere.
Recently I switched over to the OPUS format because of its improved quality, but for some reason the Samsung Music player doesn't support lyrics tags in OPUS or OGG files.
If someone could fix this, that would be great. This problem legitimately has me considering switching my music player to a different app. Thanks.
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I second this. I'm in the same situation, except I have the further motivation that I'm almost done developing a tool that will automatically download my music and embed the lyrics. The lyric tag feature is also a must-have for me, so I'm looking at either having to re-encode hundreds or thousands of songs to mp3 and lose quality, or switch to a different app. Quite frustrating, especially since this seems like it would be really easy to implement. I've been using Samsung music for 7 years and loving it, so really don't want to switch. Please Samsung!
You should definitely know when the tool is done (if you plan on releasing it publicly). It sounds awesome and I would love to try it out!
It doesn't look like Samsung has seen this thread yet. That or they don't care. Either way, not looking good.
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