MediaMonkey for Android test builds

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MediaMonkey 1.1.3.480 Beta

Postby rusty » Sat Sep 26, 2015 11:11 pm

Hi,

This build fixes 5 crashes, some bluetooth issues affecting certain devices (failure to stop, forwarding tracks after 1s), incorrect track counts, and home screen configuration issues. It's important that you also update to MediaMonkey for Windows build 1762+. Additional details are in the changelog.

We're very close to an RC for MediaMonkey 1.1.3--only about 5 urgent items remain on the to do list, so please let us know if you experience any major issues.

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

Enjoy and please let us know what you think!

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
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Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey 1.1.3.482 Beta

Postby rusty » Sat Oct 03, 2015 9:22 pm

Hi,

This build fixes a range of issues including problems with UPnP download, headset button not working on lollipop, multiple player bars on lockscreen, and over 10 crashes. Additional details are in the changelog.

We're very close to an RC for MediaMonkey 1.1.3--only a few items remain on the to do list, so please let us know if you experience any major issues.

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

Enjoy and please let us know what you think!

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.488 RC1

Postby rusty » Fri Oct 16, 2015 11:34 am

Hi,

We're proud to announce a release candidate for MMA 1.1.3.

This build fixes a large number of issues, including compatibility with Android Marshmallow, numerous playback issues, a couple of UPnP download problems, over 10 stability fixes, and several other misc. items. Additional details are in the changelog.

We hope to release MMA 1.1.3 next week, so please let us know what you think!

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.489 RC

Postby rusty » Mon Oct 19, 2015 3:32 pm

Hi,

This release candidate for MediaMonkey 1.1.3 fixes 2 issues: a crash that still occurs in some cases on Marshmallow devices, and duplicate notifications that occur in some cases. There's still one more issue were looking into, so don't be surprised if there's another RC.

Additional details are in the changelog.

We hope to release MMA 1.1.3 this week, so please let us know what you think!

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.491 Release

Postby rusty » Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:04 pm

Hi,

EDIT: MediaMonkey 1.1.3.491 has been released. Both the beta and release builds are available in Google Play and directly below. The version at the amazon store will be updated shortly.

This release candidate for MediaMonkey 1.1.3 fixes a couple of additional issues and 2 more crashes. Details are in the changelog.

We plan to release MMA 1.1.3 imminently, so please let us know if you experience any problems. Note that we've included both beta and release builds--the release build can be sideloaded on top of the current release of MediaMonkey for Android (1.1.2).

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.496 Release

Postby rusty » Tue Nov 03, 2015 5:39 pm

Hi,

We're posting an updated release of MediaMonkey 1.1.3 (beta and release). Both the beta and release builds are available in Google Play and directly below. The version at the amazon store will be updated shortly.

Version 1.1.3.496 fixes several bugs/regressions that affected certain devices. These included permission issues for SD cards / inaccessible content, some bluetooth / playback issues, and a couple of stability problems. Details are in the changelog.

Thank you all for your patience and help in resolving these problems.

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey 1.1.3.497 test build

Postby rusty » Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:19 pm

Hi,

This is a test build for users experiencing failed permissions / SD synchronization to SD cards with the current release.

Additional details are in the changelog.

If you're experiencing that problem, please test out this build and share your results (and debug logs) with us. Thanks!

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey 1.1.3.499 Release

Postby rusty » Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:51 pm

Hi,

We're posting an updated release of MediaMonkey 1.1.3 (beta and release). Both the beta and release builds are available in Google Play and directly below. The version at the amazon store will be updated shortly.

Version 1.1.3.499 fixes bugs that affected certain devices relating to permission issues for SD cards and inaccessible content/playlists. Details are in the changelog. Note that certain devices don't report their storage IDs in the manner expected--for such devices we've reverted to storing data to application-specific folders until we can resolve the problems they experience with the storage access framework on Lollipop/Marshmallow.

Thank you all for your patience and help in resolving these problems.

Download

Installation:
    If you have the regular build installed, uninstall it prior to installing the beta (You can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time).
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey 1.1.3.500 Test build

Postby rusty » Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:12 pm

Hi,

This is a test build for users experiencing failed SD synchronization to SD cards with build 499 on certain devices. There are also a couple of other minor fixes, but we're looking for your feedback re. synchronization to SD cards (e.g. Galaxy S5, LG G3/4, HTC One M8/M9).

Additional details are in the changelog.

If you're experiencing that problem, please test out this build and share your results (and debug logs) with us. Thanks!

Download

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.501 Test build

Postby rusty » Fri Nov 13, 2015 12:34 pm

Hi,

This is a test build for users experiencing failed SD synchronization to SD cards on certain devices. It resolves another issue that prevents SD cards from being recognized on some devices, and in the event of failure reverts to writing to the SD card in 'kitkat mode'--to an app-specific folder.

Additional details are in the changelog.

If you're experiencing that problem, please test out this build and share your results (and debug logs) with us. Thanks!

Download

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey 1.1.3.502 Beta

Postby rusty » Mon Nov 16, 2015 7:41 pm

Hi,

This build includes additional fixes re. failed synchronization to SD cards on certain devices.

Additional details are in the changelog.

If you're experiencing that problem, please test out this build and share your results (and debug logs) with us. Thanks!

Download

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.507 Beta

Postby rusty » Sun Nov 22, 2015 6:45 pm

Hi,

This build improves Wi-Fi sync robustness so that it can correct failed syncs of Playlists via USB sync, fixes a crash on flac playback on some devices, and fixes the black secondary screen on V10 devices. Note that we're still working on a fix to problems syncing hierarchical playlists via USB.

Additional details are in the changelog.

If you're experiencing that problem, please test out this build and share your results (and debug logs) with us. Thanks!

Download

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.508 RC

Postby rusty » Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:56 pm

Hi,

This build includes a couple of minor fixes in preparation for release. Used with MediaMonkey for Windows 4.1.10.1679 , it should solve remaining USB playlist sync issues.

Additional details are in the changelog.

If you're experiencing that problem, please test out this build and share your results (and debug logs) with us. Thanks!

Download

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.523 Test build

Postby rusty » Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:19 pm

Hi,

This build includes quite a few changes with respect to USB synchronization that affected numerous devices. There are still some known issues on some devices that we're working on (e.g. Shield tablet), but we've tested it on a broad range of devices and USB synchronization is now much more robust. Keep in mind, though, that USB synchronization relies on your device's MTP implementation which can be finicky on some devices (the most commonly observed issue being that the transfer 'freezes' for a period of several minutes).

Additional details are in the changelog.

Download

Note: Make sure to use this with the new MediaMonkey for Windows Beta 4.1.10.1778 build (or higher) that was posted today.

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

MediaMonkey for Android 1.1.3.525 Test build

Postby rusty » Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:08 pm

Hi,

This build includes 2 fixes: one fix to a regression that caused MMA to crash on run on some devices, and the second is a fix re. USB (MTP) synchronization on a few more devices. There are still some known issues on some devices that we're working on (e.g. Shield tablet), but we've tested it on a broad range of devices and USB synchronization is now much more robust. Keep in mind, though, that USB synchronization relies on your device's MTP implementation which can be finicky on some devices (the most commonly observed issue being that the transfer 'freezes' for a period of several minutes).

Additional details are in the changelog.

Download

Note: Make sure to use this with the new MediaMonkey for Windows Beta 4.1.10.1778 build (or higher).

Installation:
    Note that you can't have both the beta and regular builds installed at the same time.
    To sideload a build (if you don't have access to Google Play):
      1) Download the .apk file to your device.
      2) Open Settings and enable ‘Unknown sources’ via either Applications or Security, depending on your device.
      3) Click the MediaMonkey .apk file that you downloaded from Notifications or Downloads, and then click ‘Install’.

Test Notes:
    - If testing USB or WiFi Synchronization, please update to the latest version of the MediaMonkey for Windows beta build.
    - The beta builds include all functionality, but expire after 15 days. Note that certain functions may become pay-only features at the end of the beta cycle.

-The MediaMonkey Team
rusty
 
Posts: 7018
Joined: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:39 am
Location: Montreal, Canada

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