Considering Ubuntu (Touch) currently does not work with the "media
control buttons" on some (all?) bluetooth headsets/headphones, this
should be fast-tracked... It could serve as an interim solution and even
if you look beyond that, it's a great suggestion (particularly for those
using wired headsets/headphones).
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[Media services] Volume up/down long press should skip to
Status in Canonical System Image:
Status in Media Hub:
Status in Ubuntu Music App:
Status in Ubuntu UX:
Status in pulseaudio package in Ubuntu:
A handy feature of music players is the ability to quickly skip tracks
by long-pressing the volume buttons. This allows users to control
their music without having to take the device out of their pocket,
turn its screen on, unlock it, go to the music app and press "Next".
As of now, when I long press the volume button, it rapidly increases
the volume, which is not very nice to my ears ;-)
Is it possible to control the music app this way on Ubuntu phone?
Music app version tested: 2.2.910 (2015-09-03)
Device: Meizu MX 4
System info: Ubuntu 15.04 (r4)
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