If you stream your music from the Amazon Music App to your Samsung Galaxy S9, the corresponding player will appear in the status bar.
As a rule, you can end or close elements in the status bar by simply wiping them out.
If you want to do this because you don't want to listen to music anymore, the Amazon Music Player in the notification bar doesn't work that way. Because this remains persistently in the status bar.
So what can you do now to close the Amazon Music Player in the status bar of the Samsung Galaxy S9?
This is exactly what we want to explain to you here:
Exiting Amazon Music Player in the status bar - How to do it
1. Tap on the Task Manager icon in the navigation bar of the Samsung Galaxy S9.
2. The Android Task Manager opens - scroll through the list of opened apps until you can see the Amazon-Music app.
3. Close the Amazon Music App by tapping the X icon
As a result of this process, the Amazon Music App now disappears from the status bar of your Samsung Galaxy S9.
Now you know how to exit the app from the status bar of your Samsung Galaxy S9 in a simple and uncomplicated way.