I am using WMP12 on Windows 7 x64, and trying to synchonize my WMP library to my Galaxy Nexus.
The process works relatively well; the Galaxy Nexus is detected as expected by WMP (I do have drivers for it installed), and I can perform a standard sync which will transfer my library to the Nexus and "synchronize" my collection. However, album art is not transferred over.
After scouring the web, there is speculation that the WMPInfo.xml file is responsible for marshaling what data (album art, etc) is transferred over--but I can find no corresponding fix.
What does one need to do in an instance like this to convince WMP to sync album art as well to their mobile devices?
For reference, if I copy an artist's directory from my WMP collection directly to the device (including the usually hidden album art), it displays as expected. The problem truly lies on WMP not including album art in the synchronization process.
Based on my research, Android platform does not support WM-DRM at this point of time. Windows Media Player explicitly uses a separate path for transferring album art. There is no direct way for WMDM to convert the AlbumData, Height and Width to an equivalent WPD type. This behavior is by design. Windows Media Player uses WMRM to transfer album art.
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- 已标记为答案 Niki HanMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator 2012年5月2日 8:08