1. douglerner's Avatar
    I synced (sank?) some playlists from my iMac / iTunes to Google Music. At least one playlist of Japanese songs, containing 4 songs, synced correctly with Google Music and I can play it back from the web music player.

    But that same playlist when downloaded to my Nexus only has 3 out of the 4 songs.

    I tried "refresh" but that didn't help.

    Why would a song be missing if it correctly synced from my Mac into Google Music?

    Thanks,

    doug
    08-19-2013 10:11 AM
  2. douglerner's Avatar
    And an interesting update on this. I edited the metadata for one song in that playlist and that updated metadata info was immediately reflected on my Android. Yet that one song is still not visible from the Android.

    doug
    08-19-2013 10:19 AM
  3. douglerner's Avatar
    And one more update. I found the song on my Android. It was there in Google Music - just not part of the playlist with the other 3 songs. It sort of got left out by itself. So I added it to the playlist and it's there now.

    But weird that it didn't get synced correctly into the same playlist with the others, even though it shows up correctly in Google Music in the web player.

    doug
    08-19-2013 10:30 AM

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