All of the playlists selected for updating no longer exist

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To use an MTP device (which includes most Android and Windows phones), you must first check "detect MTP devices" at the top of Device Preferences.

Due to Apple's proprietary software, most i Pods, i Phones and i Pads are not supported by Music Bee.

I listen often to the curated Apple music playlists and add some of them to My Music.

Once added those are available through all devices (i Phone, i Pad, PC) over My Music in the Apple Music app or i Tunes.

If the device is not automatically detected, see if it has been placed in the Computer node.

In that case, you can right click on the drive letter and select "Set as a Virtual Device." This should move it to the Devices section.

In the Sonos app only playlist, which I had at the time of adding the service, are showing up. Did anybody else experience the problem / is this a know issue?

Cheers, Roland If your Apple Music playlist(s) isn't showing up or not updating please follow the steps below.

The STMP35xx SOC and its software was the most fully integrated portable MP3 playback system at release time and Sigma Tel was Austin's largest IPO (2003) capturing over 60% of flash based MP3 player world market share in 2004.

Device content can be managed in these ways: Music Bee will automatically detect most USB devices (e.g.

flash drives, SD cards, MP3 players and phones) and show them in the Devices node.

The first model was announced at the Macworld Conference & Expo on January 11, 2005; the last fourth generation model was introduced on September 1, 2010.

owners of existing i Pods had often left the music selection to "shuffle", and the new i Pod Shuffle was a way of implementing that in a much more cost-effective fashion.

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