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From: Elroy5/16/2024 7:38:13 AM
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I'm curious if anyone has a Sonos system running on an iPhone or a Windows 11 PC?

I have Sonos speakers and amps in our home. They are all connected via home wifi. The Sonos application runs on both the Windows PC and on the iPhone 15.

When I updated the music library originally from the PC the Sonos desktop app found the PC folder that contains my .xml music file. That file (I believe) contains all of my originally created playlists built over the past 15 years. The music files are on the Windows PC in a D:drive.

I could see the playlists using the Sonon app on the Windows PC or on the iPhone 15. I could select the playlist, select the various Sonos speakers that I want to use, and then play the music on the desired speakers in the home.

Unfortunately Sonos recently had an "update", and I updated the iPhone app. Now all the playlists are gone from both the PC Sonos app and iPhone Sonos app. Without the playlists, I cannot choose which music to play in the home.

I don't stream music from Spotify or Apple Music. I only play music from my library of mp3 files, which are now gone.

I cannot downgrade back to the previous system.

I don't know what to do. The entire $8,000 Sonos home system is rendered unuseable for music in the way that I want to use it.

There is an area in the Sonos 2 iPhone app called Sources. It has two options, TV and Music Library. Inside Music Library there are a variety of options including Imported Playlists. Imported Playlists formerly contained all of my created playlists, but is now empty.

Does anyone know how to tell Sonos app to populate the Imported Playlists with the Playlists on my PC (I can see them in iTunes on the PC, not not in the Sonos app on the PC or iPhone)??

Does anyone have any suggestions for how to force the new Sonos app to see the playlists on the Windows PC drive?
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