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Samsung Warns Music Hub Customers to Download Tracks

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Jun 10, 2014, 6:11 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Samsung recently began to email customers in an effort to alert them about the pending shut-down of its Music Hub service. The service will officially go offline July 1. Samsung is warning customers that their music library will not be available after that date. It suggests customers download all their purchased music and use any remaining vouchers for Samsung Music before July 1. Samsung noted all songs sold through the Music Hub are free of DRM and can be played, stored, and transferred to other devices. Samsung suggests users switch to its own Milk Music service, which is powered by Slacker, or to Google Play Music All Access. Samsung first revealed plans to shutter the Music Hub last month. Music Hub was preinstalled on many of Samsung's Galaxy-branded smartphones.


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Jun 10, 2014, 6:33 PM


Carriers/manufacturers love to preinstall these junk Android bloatware abandonware apps. The majority of these apps are full of bugs/security holes, poorly designed, and just stop working or become obsolete before the device has been out of the gate for a short period of time.

I'll stick with my fruit phone which works years beyond its original design, and doesn't cripple itself when they decide that a certain app or function becomes unprofitable. It just works.
i smell fanboy
Fruit phone?

Do you live in San Andreas?
Anybody who uses the term "bloatware" is a BGR tool. The pre-loads the handset manufacturers load are typically just basic stub apps and the full app does not get downloaded until the users opens the app for the first time. So the "bloat" is general...
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