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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0012814||MMW v4||Synchronization||public||2015-08-05 19:44||2015-08-05 22:04|
|Target Version||4.1.9||Fixed in Version||4.1.9|
|Summary||0012814: iOS8: Tracks deleted in iPhone music app are still visible by iTunes and MM|
|Description||If you sync some tracks and delete them directly in iPhone Music app then those tracks are still visible by iTunes and MediaMonkey and are not re-synced on the next auto-sync.|
EDIT: Workaround is to hit F5 to refresh the content or re-connect the device (0009310)
The reason for this is the same as in case of 0012266
So the solution is 0012266, but because of the reasons described here 0012266:0041251 the solution for MM4 can be simplified, i.e. just remove those tracks from iTunesCDB once we found that their no longer exists in MediaLibrary.sqlitedb. Comparing them based on location/path should be safe and good solution.
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|Fixed in build||1753|
Actually there already was a mechanism for this (0009310), but only when user hit F5 to refresh or re-connected the device.
But when (re-)scanning the device content, it checked every file for its existence/presence on the device, this was quite slow for large amounts of tracks (comparing based on SQL is much faster).
Fixed in build 18.104.22.1683 (device is re-scanned before each auto-sync and the scanning process is much faster now)