The first step in resolving this problem is to turn off the Autoplay feature in Google Play Music. This feature allows an external device to start playing the music without your permission. Disabling it is easier said than done, but there are a couple of simple steps you can take to prevent it from happening.
Remove all long-press controls on the home or volume buttons
If you want to remove all long-press controls from the home and volume buttons on Google Play Music, there are a few ways to do so. One way is to change your device’s settings. Then, you can use the volume control slider to change the volume of the media you’re listening to. If this doesn’t work, there are ways to change this to your liking.
Disable all touchscreen gestures
Disabling touchscreen gestures in Google Play Music is a quick way to prevent it from starting playback accidentally. To do this, go to Settings>System>Gestures. Scroll down to “Quick Gestures” and uncheck the checkbox that says “allow gestures.” On the same screen, you can disable gesture controls for skipping songs and flipping the wave direction. However, this will not disable Quick Control for silencing other apps.
The proximity sensor is another way to prevent accidental touch events. It detects objects nearby and makes an app appear close to the speaker, which makes it harder to accidentally tap. You can also download Air Touch Service, a free application. The app puts a few controls on the home screen, such as controls for the music player, phone calls, and silent mode.
Uninstall Google Play Music Desktop Player
If you don’t want to keep the Google Play Music Desktop Player on your PC, you can simply uninstall it. Using a program such as Max Uninstaller can help you do this. Once you have uninstalled Google Play Music Desktop Player, you can delete its leftover files and registry entries.
In order to disable Google Play Music Desktop Player, you need to go to the Control Panel or Applications folder and open the Uninstall or Change a program window. Here, you will find a program called Google Play Music Desktop Player listed under ‘Apps’. Double-click Google Play Music Desktop Player to select it and then click Uninstall or Change.
After the download, double-click the installer file and follow the instructions on screen. After installation, you should sign in with your Google account to enable this application. The sign-in process will take a few minutes. Once the process is complete, you can start adding music files. You can now enjoy the music on your PC.
Google Play Music Desktop Player is a lightweight application that uses much less resources than Google Play Music in a web browser tab. This is a great option for those who like to listen to music while working. With this app, you can play any song you want without having to hunt through tabs. You’ll also save precious computer resources.