PLEASE NOTE: I'm currently updating the documentation to 0.9.6, but some elements may still be based on 0.9.5.x!
You will be notified by mail as soon as the bug is fixed or the feature is implemented.
- Android 1.5 (Cupcake) or higher - tested up to Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)
- SqueezeBoxServer (formerly SqueezeCenter (formerly SlimServer)) 7.3 or higher - optimized for SBS 7.4 - SBS 7.6
You can also configure AdditionalServers, that will be used if no server can be found automatically.
SqueezeCommander consists of two main views.
Every page in SqueezeCommander offers buttons to switch between these views.
Hint: You can also change the volume of the current player by using the Hardware Volume Buttons of your Android Mobile.
See NowPlayingView for details about the main screen where you can see informations about the current Song, the current playlist and manage your players and servers.
You can switch the views by "flinging" the screen to left or right.
See BrowseView for details about how you can browse your music library.
Most menu pages are structured like this:
- 1. Brings you back to the previous menu screen
- 2. Search the items on this page
- 3. Jump to NowPlayingView
- 4. Shows the current player. A click toggles the player controls (Power, Previous Track, Play/Pause?, Next Track, Volume).
If you long-click on 4., you will jump to the MultiPlayerMultiServerScreen.
Many pages have an options menu that opens if you press the "Menu" button. You can e.g reach the SettingsScreen or the About dialog through this options menu.
Many items (especially list items like tracks, artists, players...) have a context menu with access to additional functions (e.g. Add to playlist, Play now, Download). Press and hold an item for around 1 second to open the context menu.
Since 0.9.6, SqueezeCommander will open the context menu just like a normal menu page.
If you select some songs for download, a background task will be started to download the tracks.
If there is currently a download running, a notification is shown in the title line.
No piece of software is bug free. SqueezeCommander is a young application and does (of course) also contain some bugs. My mission is to squeeze as many bugs as possible. :-)
This report does NOT include any personal informations. It's just the StackTrace (i.e. at which position did SqueezeCommander crash) and details about your android version. See StackTrace for a sample.
See also CrashReports.
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