Sorry for the lack of actual updates. Sony announced a firmware update almost two months ago and we didn't want to change a bunch only for everything to break. The good news is they finally released it and the app still works. There is a little flickering of the graphics when changing songs and we'll look into that but the controls are still all the same.
With the update Sony supposedly added support for "widgets" which we're really excited for. Sadly, they have yet to update their API page or list changes so we're waiting for that. Once we get that we'll update our to do list of features and post that.
Thanks and as always, all feedback is welcome.
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Originally Posted by fierce_brake
Thank for your reply mate!
Regarding your questions:
- It does not stay at the screen asking to open the music player.
- After opening dsub and playing content, the watch does not advance to the artwork.
Basically, when i launch the app, i get to see only the loading animation and then get kicked back to home without ever reaching the artwork screen.
Let me know if you need any further info, and again, thank you so much for your effort!!
It seems as thought the app is stopping before it gets to the point where it requires a music player. Can you do two things for me, first check to make sure the app has notification access, if it already had it can you then try running one of the music players we have tested? This will give us an idea as to whether the problem is with the initiation of the app or it connecting to dsub.
Originally Posted by olarf
No I just want to switch from ins folder (Band x) to another (Band y). Maybe im just to stupid to do that but actually I can only play music inside the folder i Start!?
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Right now we are getting just the metadata needed to display what we do on the screen (current and previous song) which keeps the app small and simple. We'll check for one but I'm not sure if there's a way to go up one level from that and get album/playlist/etc metadata. I guess a possibility would be to collect the metadata for all songs (at startup) and organize them in our app and set up a selection menu by artist, album, etc. The problem with is this is what all the music apps do with song files, and making a full music player isn't really what we're trying to do (nor is it efficient.)