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Playlists not appearing anymore (Castbox, Rocket Player)

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by NewArtDroid, Dec 20, 2018.

  1. NewArtDroid

    NewArtDroid Well-Known Member
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    I loved Android Auto when I bought my new car in June 2018. Until a few weeks ago when Android Auto got updated. Suddenly in Rocket Player, when I click on Playlists, nothing happens. Rocket Player says it's an Android Auto thing. Meanwhile Castbox as well, I can't access my Playlist. It just shows me everyone I'm subscribed too and lists every podcast from the beginning of time, instead of my Playlist. This is really hurting me. Anyone know what I can do to fix this?

  2. NewArtDroid

    NewArtDroid Well-Known Member
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    No one wrote, but the App developers advised me that Android Auto made a big change that affects all music programs. I found that if I hit the three horizontal line hamburger three times, I can get to the Playlists. But it's a real problem with the latest update to Android auto.
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