1. Bigfireq's Avatar
    I use MediaMonkey to sync my music to my SD card, and it places PLA files in the Playlist folder at the root level. Awesome.

    Except, it doesn't work. I see a playlist I created earlier, manually. However, I can't find this playlist in explorer while looking through the phone. I've searched both the SD card and the phone memory.

    What's really odd is that sometimes, when I first come back to Music on the phone when it's on the playlist screen, I'll see all the playlists that have synced to it for a second, and then they'll disappear and the old playlist I created earlier shows back up.

    I feel like the old playlist is stored somewhere that somehow has higher priority, but I can't find it to save my life. Deleting it from the interface fails. I've also created another new, manually created playlist, and I also can't find that on my phone.

    Any ideas? This is 8.1 dev preview on a 1520.
    12-06-2014 01:01 AM
  2. Noahma's Avatar
    They are stored in the cloud. I use both xbox music on my phone and home computers. they stay synced between the devices.
    12-06-2014 01:19 AM

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