Has anyone been able to sync both music files and playlists with the Winamp desktop to Winamp Android app? I can "sync" the entire collection ( songs & playlists) but the playlists come up empty or don't appear on the device. What I'm doing: 1- Auto-mount is first enabled in Winamp ettings on device., plug connect to desktop with USB cable, and wait for USB connection signal from device. 2- Then launch the Winamp desktop and switch to the media library view. The Android appears in the device group. I also change the music folder using this procedure 3- You can now sync the entire collection by clicking your device on the right side or right-click playlist(s) on the left and Send To: (device) I usually just do the first choice (sync everything) 4- After the sync process finishes, you can unmount your device and then disconnect the cable. 5- You should now be able to launch the app and play music. When I check the playlist listing, some of the playlists didn't get sync'd, and after I launch a playlist that was on the list, and see some names missing or the songs won't play!? I get a message "Sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file." Some songs are even duplicated! The resident music player does the same thing as Winamp when opening playlists and playing them. I've never had this much frustration. I even tried Windows Media Player to sync songs & playlists, but Winamp can't find the playlists at ALL then. Androids are obviously not WMP-compatible at this time. There's no help from the Internet on this. they are all just talking about the wireless sync, and how it's so great.