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    Ok I have over 3000 songs on my s6 edge and have over 10 or so playlists that I do not wish to recreate. I have backed up all of my files onto an sd card, music and playlists included. The s6 edge did not come with sd slot, so as I'm transferring files and the playlists, I understand that I need to change the directories so that music playlists recognize where the music files are actually located. However, when I changed the directories, a playlist with 996 songs loaded up, only for all the songs to load up as the same Samsung Over the Horizon song, which confuses the hell out of me when it should have all the information to load up correctly. I feel as if the playlist was wrong in it's directories or file names, it wouldn't load up at all.

    Basically, I used Playlist Backup app to export the playlists as text files from my s6 edge so that I could just change the initial directory to the new sd one to the s9. The s6 directory would look like this: /storage/emulated/0/music/songA.mp3. The directory for the sd card for the s9 is /storage/0000-0000/Music/, so the new song directory would basically be /storage/0000-0000/Music/songA.mp3, right? I don't understand why the playlist is not being loaded up correctly, unless I'm missing something. Any help?
    04-02-2018 10:02 AM

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