Why oh why does Android refuse to play Opus? (Even with .ogg extension) 2019-02-26 23:09:59 Okay, I've asked on the Android Questions subreddit, got useless answers saying "try another media player" bla bla.I asked on XDA, my question wasn't accepted because their forums are disorganised and have no place for questions like this.I'm really desperate (and a bit aggravated) at this point.I've looked across the internet, and it seems the way everyone says to make Android recognize and play Opus files is to append the .ogg extension to the files. I've done that. The players now "recognize" the files. They still do not play. I have tried this with both Samsung Music and Google Play Music. It just shows the time as 0:00 and skips over all the songs in the album as it for some reason can't play them. My device is a J2 Prime meaning it runs Android 6.0.1. I know Android 5 added Opus support.I have a video displaying the situation here: (Sorry for low quality but I had to remove mic audio from it and it rendered low quality but still viewable) It's of one album that I encoded in opus and renamed to .ogg.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p592Mc7bmmgWhy does this happen? All the files were encoded from FLAC using libopus1.3. Is it too "new" for 6.0.1 to play?