The new version of the app fixes notification driver unresponsiveness and improves performance and stability.
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It’s neither the first nor the last time we’ll see bug fixes in a well-established service. Of course, this also applies to applications. Samsung is no exception because apps are becoming more complex over time and offer more and more features, which, while necessary, can sometimes lead to bugs or performance issues, among other problems. Who hasn’t experienced freezes, synchronization failures, or similar issues?
In this context, the Samsung Music app, which provides essential functions for enjoying your favorite music, has received a new update with version number 22.214.171.124. According to the changelog, this latest update addresses an issue related to the notification controller that was not responding correctly.
What’s New in Samsung Music Version 126.96.36.199
As an active user of Samsung Music, I must admit that I have experienced this problem at times. Although, to be honest, I confess it hasn’t been the norm. However, there were users who did complain about this, and I imagine the errors might have been more pronounced depending on the Galaxy model you use.
Fortunately for us, the update is now available for all Galaxy devices and can be easily downloaded via the Galaxy Store, and it has a file size of 39.58 MB. It’s worth noting that the Samsung Music app is designed exclusively for Samsung devices and is not compatible with other Android devices.
This application offers a range of essential features for music enthusiasts, such as the ability to play various formats, including MP3, AAC, and FLAC, efficient song management by categories, and the ability to display Spotify playlist recommendations, among other features.