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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0012750||MediaMonkey (current)||Synchronization||public||2015-06-08 14:20||2015-06-29 19:33|
|Target Version||4.1.8||Fixed in Version||4.1.8|
|Summary||0012750: iOS sync: Upload iTunesCDB more often (not only on the sync end)|
|Description||With the iOS 8.3 update there are some reports that iPhone unexpectedly disconnects or reboots during long sync (e.g. after 2 hours when there is a slow auto-conversion FLAC -> M4A). |
If iPhone is unexpectedly disconnected this way that MM cannot upload iTunesCDB file (from where iTunes & MM reads device content) which results in re-syncing all files on the next sync attempt (while e.g. half of them are already on the device).
The solution is to uploaded iTuneCDB file regularly during long sync tasks.
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|Fixed in build||1749|
Fixed in 18.104.22.1688
iTunesCDB is uploaded every minute now
Re-opened, based on user feedback this caused a regression that iOS itself deletes most of the songs during sync for some users
Details in Ticket ID: MIW-502-41743
||Reverted in build 22.214.171.1249 , the original issue is tracked as 0012774|
||Closing Rechecked in 1750|