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Topic: [Silence respect aid request] Set a null media button receiver on app exit (Read 304 times) previous topic - next topic
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[Silence respect aid request] Set a null media button receiver on app exit

According to what is clearly described here:
https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/media-apps/mediabuttons
when I press the media button (PTT button in my unihertz Titan Pocket) after completely closing foobar2000 (THANK YOU Peter for allowing us to actually stop the app, unlike 99.999% of the others) the OS automatically resurrects the media player and asks it to play.

This behaviour drives me nuts. If I stop the music and enter a silent room, I always risk to start playback (possibly loudly) by just badly handling my phone. This is unacceptable to my standards of education.

Since I do not see an option in Android system settings to disable this, I'd kindly ask Peter to add an option in foobar2000 that would set a null media button receiver on app exit.