1. onlymostlysavvy's Avatar
    My Samsung SD card went bad after 19 months (continually loses contact, saying it has been removed). I decided to replace it with a different brand, and I copied the files I wanted to keep via my computer (old card didn't seem to have trouble reading in the adapter. Whatever!). Now, all of my files, especially my music, are organized differently, and Amazon doesn't recognize all of them as being ON my device. I used the file manager to move them around, and I think I have them in some sort of usable order, but my Amazon playlists had to be redownloaded and then renamed as they look completely different now. Does anyone have any advice for this? Did I do something wrong in the transfer?
    05-04-2016 08:05 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! Can you clarify--are you using the Amazon Music app? If so, try going to the App Manager, select Amazon Music, and Clear Cache/Data. Then open it again and see if it rebuilds the database correctly.
    05-04-2016 11:19 AM

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