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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0009216||MediaMonkey (current)||Synchronization||public||2012-03-16 04:11||2016-04-13 10:10|
|Target Version||4.0.4||Fixed in Version||4.0.5|
|Summary||0009216: User should be able to check what type of playlist synced to device|
|Description||0009066 fixed playlist issues for some, but seems to have broken it for others. Instead of MediaMonkey choosing what playlist type to sync the user should be able to select what type of playlist should be send to the device.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Fixed in build||1480|
|related to||0009066||closed||jiri||M3U playlists should be preferred over MTP|
|related to||0013182||closed||Ludek||Sync: Windows 10 Phones do not sync Playlists|
|related to||0010779||closed||Ludek||Add support for generation other playlist formats|
|related to||0013228||assigned||Ludek||Playlists fail to sync to Sony Walkman (NWZ-E465)|
|related to||0009821||closed||Ludek||Samsung Galaxy Note: Tracks show unknown Album Artist / Album (failed device detection)|
|related to||0009962||closed||Ludek||Setting Support Formats Playlist type fails|
Fixed in build 1480.
MM now respects playlist settings in Supported formats per device. I.e., if M3U is configured, it's created during synchronization, if PLA is, the abstract (MTP specific) playlist is created. No other format is (or ever was) supported.
MM also tries to make a good initial guess about which playlist format to choose, i.e. M3U for Androids, PLA for other MTP device (even if they report both types as supported).
|verified in the forum, 1481|
||This still seems to be an issue: http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=65973|
||We'd need a log to see what's going on there. I wouldn't expect m3u being synced when pla is selected in MM.|
Based on the user's log here: http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=65973&sid=5306a07225a07be21036c857eaaf73c7&start=15#p421514
The device isn't MTP connected, but UMS connected with drive letter H:\ , that explains why PLA abstract playlist cannot be synced. I wonder how Windows Media Player could sync the PLA. Asking more in the forum...
||The Sony's issue is now clarified, tracked as 0013228|