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chrisblackton
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path <sdcard> was not requested

Post by chrisblackton » Sat Feb 27, 2016 1:30 am

I updated to marshmallow and have run into trouble with MMA. I sent a debug from chrisblackton@gmail.com

Symptoms:
-Can't grant access to sdcard. I follow the prompts but get a toast stating "Path 'SanDisk SD card' was not requested. Please look at list above."
-MMA sees my music files in the \music and \playlist folders on sd card and I can play them fine
-I was able to do a full sync via usb to the music and playlist folders on the sd card but none of my ratings or lyrics seem to have transferred. All other meta-data seems to be there though... 13,000 songs synced but somehow almost 10,000 have seemingly disappeared as I now have around 3,500 (???????)

and yes, i am using the latest versions of both MMW and MMA

any help is greatly appreciated
thanks!

s3bish
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Re: path <sdcard> was not requested

Post by s3bish » Thu Apr 28, 2016 4:09 pm

Hi

was there any update on this?

I just updated my Xperia Z3 C to Android 6.0 and Media Monkey now tells me to grant access to my sd-card named "SD-Karte", but when I give access to the card or any folder on it, MEdia Monkey throws: 'Path 'SD-Karte/pathtofolder' was not requested. Please look at list above'. Above, there is 'SD-Karte' though.


Update1: I skipped the requests two times and told MM to sync on the sdcard anyway. And it looks like it does! Already had what it needed. Will report tomorrow.

Update2: Still no dev comment?

Solution: Just ignore the warning and try to sync external anyway. It worked for me! /closed without any help :roll:

Lowlander
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Re: path <sdcard> was not requested

Post by Lowlander » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:46 am

Are you updated to the latest beta of MMA?
Lowlander (MediaMonkey user since 2003)

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