GmusicFS 0.9.4 is available (see first post for download link). It will expire on May 7th.
As I had not too much time to work on it, it mostly only adds playlist syncing.
Hopefully I can resume work on it soon and next beta will bring the much needed buffering.
I also need to investigate possible battery drain, which could happen if a media player doesn't close
a file after playback stops (in that case a WiFi lock is held, draining battery).
Normally most players should close files but if you observe battery drain, let me know what player you use.
Playlist syncing notes
- playlist syncing
- disabled request flood protection as it can cause problems
- initial filesystem native executable read calibration is done only once and stored in prefs instead of done on each run
- propose to download new version on beta expiration
- Synced playlists are automatically appended [gfs] to their name so they can be distinguished from local playlists in music players
- the Sync button now proposes to Sync albums or playlists or both. Syncing playlists only is valid if albums were synced first.
During playlist sync, if some tracks are missing it will state so and propose to do a full sync (Albums + playlists)
- syncing playlists with Settings > Track limit not set to 0 may result in incomplete playlists, as playlist tracks will refer to missing files
- the Clean button removes playlist entries from the Android media database