Zune play count not updating
Explore the "syncr" folder on your internal storage using FX File Explorer. Once you've done this try again to create a play count and sync. colons, slashes) within songs/artists/albums - remove from i Tunes song titles if you'd like to update the files. When syncing over Wi Fi with i Tunes smart playlists, we need to set the "i Tunes Update Time" so i Syncr is able to update play counts before identifying playlists. Other applications that interact with i Tunes have been reported and confirmed to interfere with i Syncr's play count operation.
Contact support if this continues to occur after resetting the IDs. Go to i Syncr's: Settings - Wi Fi Sync - i Tunes Update Time - 200 3. Go to i Syncr's: Settings - Play counts - Lock to Rocket Player. Battery Savers, Task Killers (including Clean Master or HTC Boost) will limit i Syncr from creating the i file, especially on Samsung devices. Specifically, Plex Media Server will cause this behavior if we have the "Enable i Tunes channel" option enabled. Huawei devices will enable a battery saving mode automatically on some devices.
I repeated the process, and again the counter only advanced by 13 (sounds fishy doesn't it).
According to my calculations the artist lost out on 720 spin counts.
I have reported the issue to Spotify and have been assured that it is being worked on.
Every follow up I have sent has been met with a form letter stating how concerned they are, yet the issue has not been resolved, nor any of my questions and concern for the artist(s) answered.
Also includes improved device recognition and improved stability and reliability on sync (both wirelessly and while connected to a PC).
It has also been noted that the new firmware features the option to unsubscribe from a podcast right on the device.
When I checked the artists counter for that song the next day, it had only gone up by 13 plays (when it should have gone up by at least 360).
while versions since 2.0 are built independently with additional Direct Show decoders for AAC, MPEG-4 and H.264.
The current version of the software is 4.8.2345.0 released on August 22, 2011.
The second big feature is the ability to edit song metadata like album info, artist name, and so on.
This was a feature back in the Zune days, so it’s nice to see it making a comeback.To see what that looks like, I started a Your Groove playlist—“Confident Mainstream Rock in the 1980s,” kind of typical of the often-terribly-named Your Groove playlists we see today.