On Apple Carplay (most up do date version) there appears to be a bug. Playlists appear empty, if they are located in a playlist folder, within another playlist folder.
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I`m sharing this problem as well. Installed is Carplay for BMW, latest release, however the content within folders is not appearing, different from my iPhone 8 plus.
I can choose a playlist within a folder from my iphone and it is played on Carplay, but not visible. Seems to be a bug. Any help available?
I experience exactly the same as the topic starter and Falkenried described.
I use Carplay in a Volvo.
Help (preferably a bug fix ;-) would be highly appreciated.
Please resolve this Spotify - not impressed as this is my first experience of CarPlay, given it took me literally 2 uses to find this bug and is totally reproducible.
I am also very annoyed with this bug. Difficult to keep playlists organized and still use them all.
Same problem here. Bought the Alpine with wireless CarPlay. Kinda defeats the purpose if I have to fish out the phone to start playing my nested playlists (that’s how my music is organized).
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This issue still exists in my new car with carplay and most recent updates.
Any solution planned for this?
This really shouldn’t be a difficult bug to fix. It’s super easy to reproduce and unless you’re using some wacky static data structure there should just be some code somewhere that’s wrongly assuming some maximum depth.
This is should be prioritized as it is a safety issue for this to not be functional.
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