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  1. i have been using Sync for a long time to synchronize parts of my 6tb music collection to a 400gb sd card on my Samsung Galaxy s9. I've been doing it folder by folder of artists (for example i have a folder called "Byrds, The" that has all their albums in it and i have been doing that with any other artist i want to have on my phone too. i used to have a 200gb card and had no issues, now that i have the larger card i obviously have more folders syncing. the problem is - now that i have these extra folders Sync can't seem to handle it - it takes FOREVER to even load and then once it does i get almost no speed whatsoever and even sometimes LOSE my internet connection totally (whether its wifi or mobile data). is there a limit to how many folders you can sync with this program? the other problem is when i try to do anything at all - changing status of folders, deleting them, etc - i end up with a white screen that makes me have to restart Sync and start trying to change things all over again. this is incredibly frustrating.
  2. forgive me if this is a stupid question... i love this software i have a huge music collection on my home computer and selective sync seems like a great idea for me - i used to just make a redundant folder of the stuff i wanted to sync with my phone until tonight when i decided to finally look into the selective sync option. i have my collection organized like this: "B\Beatles, The\Meet The Beatles" ... or "R\Residents\Meet The Residents". each artist sorted into a folder of the first letter of their sort order, when i turn on selective sync it syncs everything by default - i wish i could opt each folder in. but the real question i have is - is it possible to stop the entire "B" folder from selective syncing but allow the "Beatles, The" folder to be synced ? currently if i turn the selective sync off on the "B" folder i can't then sync the "Beatles, The" folder. i hope this question makes sense and there is just something simple i am missing here