Fix Found For Google Music Replacing Explicit Tracks With Clean Ones

If you’ve kept up with Android news lately, you know that Google released song matching for their Play Music service in the US. When you try to upload songs, if they are available to purchase on Play Music, it will automatically add them to your library without a lengthy upload time. The best part was that it was completely free. However, there was an issue. If you uploaded music with explicit lyrics, Play Music would match it with the clean version of the song. Even if you want to upload the song, Google won’t let you, forcing you to use the matched song.

Or so we thought. A quick solution is to click “Fix incorrect match” in a menu, and it’ll allow you to upload the original file anyway. It’s a good workaround for now, while Google (hopefully) fixes this issue. They may not, but we can hope.

Engadget

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