I have tried/am trying double twist now as well. Here is my situation as of now:
1. I get a message in DT saying that "Found Songs Protected with DRM" so it can't sync those songs (although it does not tell me which songs those are [insert Pissed off face]).
2. DT does not recognize my Music Bee library. It only recognizes my iTunes library on my computer.
3. I did (at one time, not anymore, not quite sure what happened) get it to recognize and upload all my playlists onto my android however, it didn't add all the songs in each playlist, yet it still uploaded all the songs to my android. Example. I have a "general" playlist. It has 1,269 songs. When I opened that playlist on my phone, there was only 33 songs in it. Yet, I had all 1,269 songs in my phone that I could retrieve either through "song" or "artist" or "album" but not in that playlist.
4. When I played a song on my phone, rated that same song, on my phone (all through DT), then synced my phone again to my computer via DT, it did not increase play count by one, nor did it add my star rating.
Conclusion: So far, DT has been pretty much a complete failure. Now I can't even get it to sync with my phone anymore. It says it's synching, takes HOURS, never finishes, and then hardly anything is on my phone.
I am starting to regret getting an android after always having an iPhone, yet I can't F$#*ing stand Apple. But, I also MUST admit, Apple does a few things better, and one thing they do GREAT is, having a program that seamlessly syncs and manages music between mobile device and computer. For the last year, I have been using MB thinking that it was ALSO a mobile app and does everything iTunes does. It was only about 2 or 3 days before I got my Android, that I discovered it IS NOT a mobile app and is ONLY for PC. It really sucks given the fact that it is even better than iTunes library, yet it's so hard to get a mobile app to work with it.
This whole process has been nothing but frustrating, and although I feel like throwing my hands up, exchanging my Galaxy Note 9 and just getting another fucking iPhone... I still seek. I can't IMAGINE there is NO ONE who doesn't want the same things I want in a cross syncing mobile music player/home base music media storage that is NOT Apple based, that hasn't figured it out yet. It is INCONCEIVABLE to me that NO ONE has done it. Yet.... it alludes me.