Google Play Music is a great way to take your music with you on your mobile device. If you are managing thousands of music files, chances are that you are using the Google Music Manager to upload your files to Google Play Music. However, the Music Manager interface is pretty spartan and doesn’t give a lot of information about what it is doing in the background. Use the Google Play Music Manager log files to see exactly what it Music Manger doing behind the scenes.
Sometimes Music Manager gets confused and stops uploading your music. Usually you can quit Music Manager and restart it to get it going again. However, if you can’t get Music Manager working correctly, use the log files to debug the problem. You can also contact Google Play support for help and they can help you much faster if they have a copy of your log files.
Here is the location of the Music Manager log files.
Windows XP C:\Documents and Settings\<account name>\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\MusicManager\MusicManager.log C:\Documents and Settings\<account name>\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\MusicManager\ServerDatabase.db Vista/Win7 C:\Users\<account name>\AppData\Local\Google\MusicManager\MusicManag er.log C:\Users\<account name>\AppData\Local\Google\MusicManager\ServerData base.db Mac ~/Library/Logs/MusicManager/AndroidMusicHelper.log ~/Library/Application\ Support/Google/MusicManager/ServerDatabase.db Linux ~/.config/google-musicmanager (log and serverdb)
Here is the email address for Google Play support:
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