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SkyZippr

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can you reset the mediastore database on your device and when that is complete redo the test
Sorry for the waiting. It took me sometime to reset the mediastore due to my huge music library (over 8,000 songs).
Unfortunately, the result was the same. The debug log looks exactly the same except for the time stamps.

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Sorry for the waiting. It took me sometime to reset the mediastore due to my huge music library (over 8,000 songs).
Unfortunately, the result was the same. The debug log looks exactly the same except for the time stamps.
could you run this debug version of musicbee. It will add a lot info to the end of the error log - you only need to do a preview from the device and then send me the musicbee error log (help/ support/ view error log)

https://www.mediafire.com/file/d543a990sb38qsa/MusicBeeDebugSync.zip/file
unzip and replace musicbee.exe


also let me know the name of the file that should have copied on the first sync for this test
Last Edit: May 06, 2019, 01:09:04 PM by Steven

SkyZippr

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also let me know the name of the file that should have copied on the first sync for this test

On the first sync for the test, I was trying to delete "06 Stop Myself (Only Human).mp3". Did you mean that?
I uploaded the ErrorLog.dat for the preview of deleting 1 file to Google Drive, and PM'd you the link.

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I thought your first sync should have copied one file and deleted one file.
According to the log you sent, it should have deleted "06 Stop Myself (Only Human).mp3"
So what exactly is the issue?

if you run another test, please delete the existing error log first


SkyZippr

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Em that's not what I was trying to do.

First of all I have two songs in one particular album on the phone.
On the first sync, it should have deleted only one file out of the two, leaving the other untouched on the phone.
The issue is, in reality it deleted not only the one file, but also the artist folder.

From my previous post:
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17:49:36: syncDevice: command=DeleteFiles
17:49:36: deleteFiles: Delete: Music/Calum Scott/Only Human/06 Stop Myself (Only Human).mp3
This was supposed to happen.


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17:49:37: syncDevice: command=DeleteFolders
17:49:37: deleteFolder: Delete: Music/Calum Scott/
But this was NOT supposed to happen.

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On the first sync, it should have deleted only one file out of the two, leaving the other untouched on the phone.
The issue is, in reality it deleted not only the one file, but also the artist folder.
i can reproduce this, so should be able to fix it


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This should fix the unwanted folder clean up

https://getmusicbee.com/patches/MusicBee33_Patched.zip
unzip and replace the existing musicbee files

@Babydoll32, you should try this version as it is possible it could be related to your issue
Last Edit: May 06, 2019, 04:34:41 PM by Steven

Babydoll32

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@Babydoll32, can you post a screenshot of your device sync settings, especially the storage path and naming template.
According to the log you sent, MB is not detecting any files on the device before the sync starts

Hi, Steven.
Hope this may help.


Last Edit: May 06, 2019, 04:57:35 PM by Babydoll32

Steven

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did you try using the latest patch from a couple of hours ago?
if it still happens, let me know and i will enhance the debug logging on the android device

Babydoll32

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did you try using the latest patch from a couple of hours ago?
if it still happens, let me know and i will enhance the debug logging on the android device

It still happens  :(
Is it a cause of the Nokia 8 <> TA-1012 naming problem?
Last Edit: May 06, 2019, 06:11:49 PM by Babydoll32

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It still happens  :(
Is it a cause of the Nokia 8 <> TA-1012 naming problem?
yes i think it is related to that

could you run this android version:
v0.7.6
https://play.google.com/apps/internaltest/4700978781087552506

it will add some extra info to the android error log

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i removed your previous post as the results were of no use due to other media files
could you run this android version:
v0.7.6.1
https://play.google.com/apps/internaltest/4700978781087552506

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i removed your previous post as the results were of no use due to other media files
could you run this android version:
v0.7.6.1
https://play.google.com/apps/internaltest/4700978781087552506

Code
2019-05-06: TA-1012;  9;  0.7.6.1
20:27:36: getFiles: Get: Bee/,url=/storage/02CB-10E4/Bee/, inc=true
20:27:36: getFiles:
20:27:36: getFiles: count=1
20:27:36: syncDevice: command=GetFiles
20:27:36: getFiles: Get: Podcasts/,url=/storage/02CB-10E4/Podcasts/, inc=true
20:27:37: getFiles:
20:27:37: getFiles: count=0
20:27:37: syncDevice: command=GetFiles
20:27:37: getFiles: Get: Bee/Playlists/,url=/storage/02CB-10E4/Bee/Playlists/, inc=false
20:27:37: getFiles:
20:27:37: getFiles: count=1
20:27:50: syncDevice: command=ReceiveFile
20:27:50: receiveFile: Receive: Bee/Marshmello/Happier (Remixes)/1-01 - Happier (Frank Walker Remix).ogg
20:27:52: syncDevice: command=ReceiveFile
20:27:52: receiveFile: Receive: Bee/Shawn Mendes/Lost In Japan (Remix)/1-01 - Lost In Japan (Remix).ogg
20:27:56: syncDevice: command=ReceiveFile
20:27:56: receiveFile: Receive: Bee/CHVRCHES/Graffiti (M-22 Remix)/1-01 - Graffiti (M-22 Remix).ogg
20:28:01: syncDevice: command=ReceiveFile
20:28:01: receiveFile: Receive: Bee/Gilligan Moss/Want U So Bad (Myd Remix)/1-01 - Want U So Bad (Myd Remix).ogg
20:28:01: syncDevice: command=ReceiveFile
20:28:01: receiveFile: Receive: Bee/Playlists/test.m3u
20:28:02: syncDevice: command=Exit
20:28:02: exitSync: fails=0
20:28:02: syncDevice: exit

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well there doesnt appear to be any ogg files in the mediastore database, so could you try a different format for this test, such as .mp3