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Android devices are able to read basic metadata from multimedia files (e.g. Artist, Album, Title, and Track#, and in some cases Album Art). However, advanced metadata such as ratings, play history, play count, bookmarks, Album Artist, Composer, Lyrics, an...
MediaMonkey for Android supports SD cards, but some devices have incorrect configuration files that result in the card not being recognized by all portions of the Android operating system. If files on your SD Card aren't recognized by MediaMonkey: *...
When syncing to a device, there are a couple of reasons why some tracks may fail to copy and the number of tracks may not match to the number of tracks in the main library: * The connection may have been lost. Re-sync to sync the remaining tracks. *...
Android 5 and up allow apps to save/edit content to shared directories (such as /Music) on an SD card (in contrast to Android 3 / 4 which only allowed apps to save/edit content to an app-specific directory on the SD card [http://www.mediamonkey.com/suppor...
MediaMonkey for Windows can sync files with pretty much any Android device via MTP (USB connections), but the following cases may result in problems: * Windows / MediaMonkey for Windows does not recognize the device. This can occur if: * Your Android...
Prior to Android 3.0, Android allowed all applications to add/edit/delete content on the secondary storage. e.g. a camera app could create an image, a photo editor tweak it, and a tagger tag it. However, as of Android 3.0 Google introduced restrictions th...
Wi-Fi Sync requires a number of things to work correctly: * The client (MediaMonkey for Android (MMA) or MediaMonkey for Windows 8 ((MM8)) must be able to form a _UPnP_ connection over the network with the MediaMonkey for Windows server (MMW). * The...