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iPhone playlist keeps repeating tracks

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Hey people, need help understanding why my iPhone 6s keeps repeating songs when I shuffle all my songs, the image below shows what I mean, sometimes it will repeat sections of my tracks in the same order over and over again till I re-shuffle all my tracks again. Its a weird bug that I don't get why it happens or how to resolve it, any info or help is much appreciated thanks.

 

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probably a good idea to include what version of iOS you're on and whether your songs are stored locally, using apple music, or a 3rd party app like spotify. that might make it easier.

 

if it's the stock iOS music app, i believe there is a setting to play starred/loved/rated tracks more frequently. also, technically random shuffle generation will occasionally pick a few songs in a row that are duplicates.

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1 minute ago, argyle said:

probably a good idea to include what version of iOS you're on and whether your songs are stored locally, using apple music, or a 3rd party app like spotify. that might make it easier.

 

if it's the stock iOS music app, i believe there is a setting to play starred/loved/rated tracks more frequently. also, technically random shuffle generation will occasionally pick a few songs in a row that are duplicates.

If you tap repeat, it repeats everything on a loop. If you tap it again, it repeats the current track over and over. Again, and it turns off. It could be on the single track repeat, thus why you have to shuffle the playlist to get to a different song. 

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5 minutes ago, hey_yo_ said:

What app is that?

Just the itunes I believe, the native music player all iPhones use.

1 minute ago, argyle said:

probably a good idea to include what version of iOS you're on and whether your songs are stored locally, using apple music, or a 3rd party app like spotify. that might make it easier.

 

if it's the stock iOS music app, i believe there is a setting to play starred/loved/rated tracks more frequently. also, technically random shuffle generation will occasionally pick a few songs in a row that are duplicates.

iOS is 10.3.2, songs stored on the phone itself.

How do I disable that setting? I've looked all throughout the settings on the phone cause I'm adamant that it constantly plays the same songs (not just blatantly like the picture) but I have over 1000 songs and it always seems to play the same ones (an example being it constantly plays most of the songs from a Limp Bizkit album...)

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

If you tap repeat, it repeats everything on a loop. If you tap it again, it repeats the current track over and over. Again, and it turns off. It could be on the single track repeat, thus why you have to shuffle the playlist to get to a different song. 

It can't be that cause It doesn't do it all the time, its a weird glitch that happens every now and then, unless it's actually intentional.

 

 

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