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[bedrock] Music download button for mobile devices

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    This is a great idea. For the longest time a kept searching the menu looking for a way to turn on the music. I had to search google to find out that I had to download it.

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    sonny19282 commented
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    also sometimes it doesn't show up in the marketplace home so it takes even longer to find it

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    Ojala pudieran hacerlo es buena opción

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    Why only mobile? Shouldn't the others be included? (If they already do have that button, sorry. The only device I have is a phone so I don't know what it's like on the other devices.)

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    josevaldes1 commented
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    The music botton won’t work it won’t let us download the music for iOS

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    coolThomas7 commented
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    Why not just make it so you don't even need to download the music?

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    SphinxOneSon commented
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    I agree with this post and have been searching for resolution for months since switching from Nintendo Switch to Android for superior mobile performance and cellular connectivity!!  Thank you for pointing this out!

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    Tonnikingin commented
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    Here's some feedback regarding trying to find the minecraft original music pack myself, and encountering significant difficulty:

    Android 9, Minecraft version 1.14.60

    Had the mobile version installed for about a week, and had not been able to figure out why the music volume was all the way up yet I never heard music.

    Went googling,

    first hits were from sites like Quora, giving an answer to why music wouldn't play, and thus I had to learn from a third party that the music I'm familiar with from Java version isn't included in the base game on mobile. I can in retrospect understand why it might not be, for size issues, but this information is not readily apparent or easy to discover, particularly given the implications of a music volume slider suggesting the presence of music.

    Well okay, so I go to the store to try to find it,

    searching "music" gave no results, "original" gave no results,

    I joined the Minecraft discord to see if there was any info, found mostly people responding to my identical question with, "have you tried ~this reddit post~?", whereas the reddit post they would link contained no relevant information,

    googled more,

    FINALLY found someone suggesting to yet another person with my same question to filter by "creator: minecraft", and near the end of those results I finally, finally found the music pack.

    Overall, this was unexpected, and needlessly arcane and difficult to execute.