My Samsung Galaxy S7 has mysteriously and suddenly decided to refuse to acknowledge my music files. To make a long story short I have a Microsoft OneDrive account and had been using their music player App Groove, when they announced it was no longer going to be supported on Android devices I started the search for an alternate app that I could use that would be supported by OneDrive. I started with VLC which is ok, a bit clunky but not too bad. Trying to find a better option I moved over to CloudPlayer which is better but still not perfect, then came Google Play Music which is not much better than VLC. CloudPlayer seems the best for a OneDrive customer, you can log onto OneDrive directly through their app and your music should be there, in theory. Now, to my mystery. I have, through OneDrive, made many albums available offline, they have been downloaded to my Galaxy in a storage folder. Storage/android/data/Microsoft.xboxmusic. Why all my music files have been stored in this particular folder I do not know but had not worried about it as everything was working fine. A week or so ago I noticed a lot of my albums started to have only one or two songs in the album when accessed by CloudPlayer, odd, so I had a look using VLC which couldn't see any files at all, I downloaded the Samsung music app which on first opening showed a music library that reflected what is stored on the phone, however almost instantly all those files disappeared and I now have only two podcasts showing. Every other music player I have installed is now showing the same issue, nothing to see here folks but two podcasts. When I navigate through the phones My Files folder to where my music is stored, sure enough, it's all still there and I cannot get any music player to recognize that fact. Any tips would be wonderful.