Hello John, the tracks are a combination of ripped music from my CDs and purchases from the iTunes store.
John do you have another alternative for me towards addressing and resolving my initial issue. The reviews for Double Twist wasn't favorable with more cons than pros and I'll hate to be stuck with adware or multiple tracks of my music based on the reviews I read.
Hi again,I'm not sure what you are reading but DT has received around 120,000 ratings by users and over 100,000 are 4 star or better. It's a trusted and reliable app that does feature banner ads in the free versions but does not install any malware, etc... This has been my app of choice for any Android phone I've had.At the very least it was useful for troubleshooting reasons.As far as Google Play Music goes, if it's not a file format issue itself then the other problem that often causes these errors is an out of sync media cache. This is often corrected by rebooting the phone but you can also do it manually, after adding music, with the following utility:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.addz.mediascannerJohn
John I tried rebooting the phone, using the google.com link you provided . I was able to play some tracks and I'm starting to wonder if it could be due to the fact that I've some iTunes purchased and non-purchased music. I find it frustrating that I can't get all of my music to play as I have the same tracks on my iMac, iPad and older iPhone and was able to play purchased and non-purchased music, but now can't play the same things on my Galaxy S3. What else can I try?
John, I don't know if you got my last response, but I did selected a track which is .
John, I'm sorry about that. What I stated was that I tried a track which showed .m4a in "where" under the Summary banner. The track was downloaded on my iMac in 2012. I believe it's recent enough that it should have played following the directions you provided. Where do we go from here? I just purchased a new track from iTunes and was able to play it on the S3. I'm confused and annoyed by this situation. What else can I do?
What's an 'm4a' container? I've check several other tracks all with m4a and they're not playing. I also purchased two additional iTunes tracks, both showed m4a in my library but are not playing. Have you or any of your associates encountered this before? I'm sure you understand my frustration and would like to resolve this as I have lots of music purchased after January 2012 in my library which I would like to listen to on my S3.
I'm now looking at photos and I'm having a problem transferring photos from the phone to my iMax. Could this be a related problem.I never experienced these types of problems on my iPhone so I'm in shock.
I tried Kies before with the same results, but I'll give it another try since . I'll try the www.markspace.com and hope for the best. Thanks for your recommendations thus far. I'll also try restarting and/or shutting down the phone to see if it helps after going to markspace.com.
Thanks again. I'm going to take a break myself and try to regroup later today. Enjoy!
John, I haven't logged onto your site in a while. As I previously stated I've twice on 6/10/13 and 6/17/13. That should not have happened. Would you know who I can contact to have the second charge reversed. Incidentally, the initial problem is still a problem and I've resolved to have only the tracks which I can play until I get rid of the phone.
Thanks for the info. I'll try to connect with them.