I don't use a lot of playlists but they haven't disappeared on me and I've been using Google music for years since I had Android devices since 2012 until my iPhone 6 plus. So with the help of this program, you are able to free up your Android phone by exporting songs or deleting unwanted music. Adam Drysdale wrote: hi, thanks for help. Tap through the next couple of pages to continue. So I have a very odd problem. This problem affects normal playlists and offline playlists.
Looking forward to comment and recommendations. What I wanted to do was rationalise the music between online Google Play Music and local. I tried to remove an app that I had already uninstalled from my apps list but which was still listed in my library. Fair enough, that is a nice feature. Another bug I've seen from day one is an album being represented several times once you click on the artist in the app. Number of songs in these list range from as few as 50 to as many as 500+, so it size of list should not be a factor.
Downloaded playlists and songs seem to play as expected though. So, this issue, as trivial as it sounds, is actually very complicated. This will delete the track from Google Play Music. So i cleaned up the local copy of my library, deleted everything from Google music, and uploaded it all again. Restart the device, then open the Play Music app and all your music should now be available.
I'm going to report this bug to Google and post on their message boards. The other thing I did is select all songs in Google music app, go to Edit Info, and save again without changing anything. MediaScanner scanned it immediately and voila! Under Account, scroll down and tap Refresh. I'm reluctant to do this because it took a long time to download each playlist onto my iPhone. While that was annoying, I'd kill to have that back, as now I have a bunch of empty playlists in the cloud. I also have Google music all access. Are songs no longer missing from her playlists? I have to fully redownload the app to make some of them play, which ultimately ends up breaking others; but they work on the other devices.
I love the Google Play Music options and capabilities, but not having access and use of my well-cultivated Playlists will eventually be a deal-breaker for me. Now select the track you want to delete and click on the menu icon on the side of the selected track. I uploaded over 2,000 songs though, doing also going from iTunes to Google Music. Does anyone know how to find my files or fix what's wrong? Then tap or select Remove from library. No extra steps, so signing up, nothing. Sorry there is not a better answer. Thank you for your response.
I updated them in my iTunes library, but they never updated in my Google Play library. The official word is that there is a streaming limit, and that users can only stream from one service at a time. If you want to permanently delete music files from your Android phone, you need a third-party Android data erasing tool. Basically the same as uninstalling but will save a little time. Then tap or select Remove from library. Thank you for your response. That last option is really for the brave or trusting, I guess.
Simply logging out and logging back in to Chrome seems to do the trick here. The problem, of course, is that this is a local solution and would not work outside your home. Yes, my songs appear just fine on the desktop interface of Google Play. So I am off on another search. So these playlists don't contain all the songs, which is very annoying. Fragment So then I changed the main.
In this scenario, we can't easily directly access or use any of the internal storage. Connect your Android device to your computer Start your Android music manager - Assistant for Android on your computer and link it on your Android tablet or phone using a data cable. I posted this question just now over at the Google Product Forums, but I don't expect many answers. I uploaded my songs from iTunes to Google Play. If you are using Eclipse, import the library project into your workspace.
I love the Google Play Music options and capabilities, but not having access and use of my well-cultivated Playlists will eventually be a deal-breaker for me. I would rather not do this, however I'm wasting my time if songs keep disappearing from albums and I have to go onto my desktop, delete the album, re-add it, and then just see songs disappear again in the future. I'am using the Google Play Music Flatrate I pay every month and uploaded some songs, which I haven't found on Google Music. This is the console output: We are on a -linux- system Mediakeys module not found. I have emptied also the trash.
You have an Android phone or tablet which you have filled with all sorts of song among other audio files? Everything is phone on the web or other Android devices. That was a problem in itself, the chrome plugin never seems to work so I use the music manager app and you have to persuade it to upload your library again by going into the settings and telling it to forget the old library location and give it a new one. This thread will be closed to centralize the channel of support. Can anyone invalidate that comment? I don't understand why this issue started occurring in the first place. Much of my library was not tagged properly and albums appeared spilt into 2 in Google music, where some tracks would appear in a different album because they had a year assigned and the others didn't, or some differences like that.