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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jimmybuttwhiff, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. jimmybuttwhiff

    jimmybuttwhiff New Member
    Thread Starter

    Oct 30, 2012
    So for some reason reason or another, when I decided to sync my music library the device decided to create all sorts of "folders" I guess for separate songs, which is bloody annoying.
    An example, Eminem. I have about 3 albums in my music folder for Eminem, all neatly organized. Yet when I sync it to the tablet and open any music app, instead of simply clicking on Eminem and the desired album I have over 10 different Eminem files in my artist list.
    The issue isn't just for that artist, it's multiple artists. Any help, please? Thanks in advance. :mad:


  2. Vildy

    Vildy Active Member

    Oct 2, 2012
    Birmingham Al
    I experienced the same problem but found a great solution. The problem is with that the "Artist", "Artist Name" and/or "Album" has some wording or labeling that is different or does not match in it's property folder. Therefore "Music Library" see everything as being a separate CD or album or artist.

    I use "Mp3tag universal Tag Editor" a free program..Just Google it and you will find the link to download.

    With this, you will be able to synch the all of the above info i.e.; "Artist" "Artist Name" and Album as matching info. "Music library" will now see this as the Same artist, the Same album and the Same artist name and it will not separate it..Make doubly sure that "Artist" and "Album" is matching in "Mp3tag universal Tag Editor."

    You will also be able to add "Album Art" using the drop down menu "Tag Sources". This will solve your problem
    ocnbrze and novox77 like this.
  3. novox77

    novox77 Leeeroy Jennnkinnns!

    Jul 7, 2010
    I'll second that. Mp3Tag is awesome for managing your music's metadata.
    ocnbrze likes this.

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