Moonshell stuttering when playing MP3s

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Mar 14, 2010
  1. Gagigagu
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    Newcomer Gagigagu Member

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    Every few seconds of playing a song, it stutters and pauses for a tenth of a second, then resumes playing. It's kind of annoying. Is there any way to fix this? Thanks in advance
     
  2. Bently

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    Yes it is very annoying , but I don't think there will be a fix for it.
    The cause of it is because whenever you play a song and you don't touch any button
    or the touchscreen it switches to the screensaver/wallpaper and you hear the short pause.

    It could be fixed if you can somehow turn off the screensaver.
     
  3. vannan

    Newcomer vannan Newbie

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    can you just close the ds, when it's playing music, closing the ds doesn't put it in sleep mode. I never had any stuttering problem
     
  4. dragon2100

    Newcomer dragon2100 Member

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    I am having stuttering issues but it happens when i change tracks in moonshell 2. hope someone can help. i am using version 2.10 stable. the lid is closed and it still stutters. using 8gb micro sd card class 4. stuttering lasts a second. pisses me off.
     
  5. jurassicplayer

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    It could be because you have a lot of data in a single folder, but the only way to fix those sort of issues would be to split up the files (maybe not a great way of doing things). Alternatively, when you want to listen to music, you could try just using regular moonshell since it isn't heavy space-wise and doesn't have a problem with the number of files in a folder or the stuttering (for the most part, unless you have a strange file), although if you do plan to use Moonshell1, I would suggest Xenon++'s since it is the latest version, but that is all up to you.
     

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