Play count not updating
Explore the "syncr" folder on your internal storage using FX File Explorer. Once you've done this try again to create a play count and sync. colons, slashes) within songs/artists/albums - remove from i Tunes song titles if you'd like to update the files. When syncing over Wi Fi with i Tunes smart playlists, we need to set the "i Tunes Update Time" so i Syncr is able to update play counts before identifying playlists. Other applications that interact with i Tunes have been reported and confirmed to interfere with i Syncr's play count operation.
Contact support if this continues to occur after resetting the IDs. Go to i Syncr's: Settings - Wi Fi Sync - i Tunes Update Time - 200 3. Go to i Syncr's: Settings - Play counts - Lock to Rocket Player. Battery Savers, Task Killers (including Clean Master or HTC Boost) will limit i Syncr from creating the i file, especially on Samsung devices. Specifically, Plex Media Server will cause this behavior if we have the "Enable i Tunes channel" option enabled. Huawei devices will enable a battery saving mode automatically on some devices.
Sometimes play counts aren't able to be recorded properly or synced back to i Tunes. Open up the XML file using FX File Explorer as a text file Within the XML, there should be a play count that is created here for the song that was listened to. See the image below for what a single play count should look like.
Below will test the first portion, recording the play counts properly on Android. Play a song in Rocket Player or the player that you're using 2. If the XML is being written to, but i Syncr isn't deleting it after we sync we may need to update the i Tunes IDs by removing all songs, then re-syncing them.
Using synchronization (of a selection of playlists) will not allow you to create Smart Playlist for your i Pod music in particular.
Rated a song on the i Pod - connected to i Tunes to update and the rating is gone.
You want to know what tracks you've listened to or to assemble smart playlists in i Tunes.
This is actually the reason that i Syncr was created!
If i Cloud Music Library or i Tunes Match is enabled, the value will revert to what it was before being changed by Apple Script.
It seems as though either the new play count for a track doesn’t get synced to the cloud or that the original value in the cloud has over-written the new plays value. Several scripts here (Multi-Item Edit, New Play Count, New Last Played Date, et al) that allow you to edit the play counts of your tracks are affected by this bug, which only occurs if you’re also using i Cloud Music Library or i Tunes Match.