Music Player database

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  1. ebarcus
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    Music Player database (answer found)

    looking for the database for the music player, id like to trash it, reboot and get my droid to build the library again, same with pandora if anyone knows how, i moved some folders around and now my droid is looking for duplicates and has the same album listed twice in each indivisual artist represented in the music player.
    astro file manager shows files in the "moved" location only

    looks like this basically
    -Artist 1
    --album1
    --album1
    --album2
    --album2
    -Artist 2
    --album1
    --album1
    -Artist 3
    --album1
    --album1


    so ever artist gets their cd repd twice, :icon_evil:



    EDIT: answer
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    P_McNeal New Member

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    I rearranged mine as well, and had the same result. However, if you wait a bit, and go into/out of the app, it fixes itself.

    Unlike iTunes, the stock music app on the Droid reads the encoding primarily, so you will probably also notice few changes after your rearrangement.
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