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First you should know you're a pervert. The thing you want to do is sick, for music's sake! But who am I to judge you?

Of course XenoAmp can do that, there are three ways to achieve it. The EASY, the OBVIOUS and the SMART. Click "next" button to see The EASY!


The easiest and most fun way to shuffle all your tracks is telling Xeno to do so. I've created it so you can't say shuffling all tracks in XenoAmp is difficult.

  • Open main screen context menu (tap the small triangle in lower right corner) and select "Voice command..."
  • Say "shuffle everything" or "shuffle all" with clear voice and New York accent.

If you're interested in talking to your phone, see more XenoAmp voice commands!


Second way is to add all tracks to some playlist and then shuffle them.

  • With XenoAmp file browser, go to xeno: root directory (it's above normal root) and select "Meta Playlists"
  • Tap "Everything" entry (alternatively if you have a lot of tracks it might be wiser to go to "Your DJ" an then "100 random tracks", this will save you a lot of memory!).
  • Now open playlist drawer and select the playlist you want to use (or create a new one).
  • Tap toggle icon to put all tracks into selected playlist (first icon on screenshot, with +)
  • Unfold playlist drawer, tap sort icon (two overlaping arrows) and select "shuffle".

This will create a list with all current tracks. If you add new tracks you will have to add them manually to just created playlist. But there's a better and smarter method! Click next to see it!


So now for best way. Start as previously:

  • With XenoAmp file browser, go to xeno: root directory (it's above normal root) and select "Meta Playlists".
  • Now open playlist drawer and select the playlist you want to use (or create a new one).
  • Open "Everything" context menu (three vertical dots) and select "Toggle into playlist". This will... add everything to current playlist ((alternatively if you have a lot of tracks it might be wiser to go to "Your DJ" an then add "100 random tracks" entry, this will save you a lot of memory!).

But since this entry is just a virtual container with all currently existing tracks, it will always have all your tracks, even if you add some new files to XenoAmp.

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