Error reading iTunesDB: Invalid format; expected header marker "dbhm" got "ʴ3DI"
It's not a matter of some terrible bug in foo_dop.foo_dop is very old, and the developer, musicmusic, hasn't been seen around here for a long time. The last version available was compatible with iTunes 10.5 beta. For perspective, iTunes 10.5 was released in October 2011.This component is simply not going to be compatible with the latest version of iTunes, the latest iPods, and definitely not with iPhones running any even vaguely recent iOS version.There's a reason the thread now has [seemingly abandonware] prepended to its name. It's dead.
it's all there if you actually bother to look....http://yuo.be/wiki/dop:start#supported_models
but it has the 6.1.3 iOS
I'm fairly certain the "6G (classic 2009 160GB)" listed there is what most people call the seventh generation.
Just because the software is abandoned doesn't mean it's not a bug.There should be a lot more warning and information on any pages related to it stating what you just posted.
Or just install the Rockbox custom firmware so you can add music the drag-n-drop style or use the file manager/synchronisation app of your choice (i.e. total commander and/or teracopy). (With this firmware the iPod behaves like an external disc).
I want to be able to skip two or three folders (with subfolders) that contain WAVs and FLACs and similar large files.
will the autoplaylist retain the folder structure of the library?