Google Music doesn't see all of my local music
By local, I'm referring to what's on my SD card. I do not have any music in the cloud.
For reference, Winamp did the same thing, and saw the same exact files. I have a Thunderbolt.
Here are the locations where Music saw files:
\sd\D\books\x\* - 3Here is where it didn't find my music:
\sd\D\books\y\* - 3
\sd\amazonmp3\title\track\* - 3
\sd\D\music\sets\* - 3
\sd\D\music\tracks\genre\* - 4
\sd\D\music\albums\album\* - 4
The number at the end is how many subdirectories before you get to music files, the * signifies music files. I labeled the numbers because at first I thought the music might have been too deep, but it should have seen the sets in [D\music], because it saw the books in [D\books]).
- 11-19-2011, 11:27 AM #2
- 11-20-2011, 12:04 PM #4
try changing/adding tags in properties like album and stuff like that. I've had problems with Google music and I remember the same thing happening I think this is what fixed that problem. ...I also use g music for audio books on my computer so I don't have to use up space on phone. Once u get it to work correctly its awsome. One of the other things I had to do that took a while to figure out was delete one of my Google accts from phone and reinstall g music then add the Google acct after but that had to do with the syncing from computer. I know at first there were quite a few tweaks I had to do but now I have it set up just like I want it &it synced and plays everything its supposed to.
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Re: Google Music doesn't see all of my local music
I only have two books on my phone, so it's no big deal. And all of my music is renamed and tagged clean before I copy it to my iPod/phone, so tags are definitely not an issue in my world (unless we're discussing my OCD).
Also, I only have one Google account, so I can't delete/re-add.
Mixzing works great, but that's folder/filename-based. And like I said, Winamp performs just like GM. I think that's tag-based too. But I have both v1 and v2 populated...title, artist, album, album artist, year, genre, art...
Thanks for the suggestions, though. I hope I'm not running out of luck here.