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    I was listening to music yesterday night and the music stopped for a second and after that the rooster alarm tone started playing, but not entirely. It played about two seconds then it cut off and the music continued playing normally. I lifted my phone to see what was happening and I saw the "android.process.media has stopped" error message. It was weird because I didn't have any active alarms at that time and nor I never used the rooster alarm tone. Couple of months ago a song started playing without my phone having any media players, radio, apps or browsers active neither I knew the song that was playing. There were also no notifications. Worth to mention is that the song got interrupted with intervals and the name of a radio station got repeated. That song only played, nothing after that, it ended completely. I am more than 100% sure that I hadn't left any applications open that might play audio. Should I be concerned, what can I do, any advices?

    English is not my native language, sorry for any mistakes.
    07-25-2019 11:40 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Which phone? What app were you using to play music? Do you media files saved to an SD card? The android.process.media error often appears when there's a corrupt media file, and this is more likely to happen on an SD card rather than Internal Storage.
    07-25-2019 12:40 PM

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