To enable the manage artwork manual selection dialog in Rocket Player, long press on the album artwork and select Prioritize your album artwork to prefer the ID3 tag by going to Rocket Player's Menu - Settings - Album Artwork - Prefer ID3; this will change the hierarchy.
In this example below, we can see that the Prefer ID3 Artwork is first on the list.
When I move to edit my playlist on my computer, I'm given the option to change the cover picture.
I upload the picture and it seems to work, but when I refresh it goes back the the old cover pic.
I save album art as files in each album folder (i.e. I like to use my own pictures for album art, not something selected by an album art finder. Are there any mods here that can give me any sort of info on the issue? Or I will have to settle with manual file transfer?
That being said, the Win Amp sync feature will not transfer these files to my Android phone, the Samsung GS3.
Music transfers fine, but the jpeg files just do not go.
I also do not like using the embed feature because it reduces resolution and my mp3 player, Power Amp, occasionally does not show embedded album art. So atm, I am having to copy and paste my entire collection so the picture files go properly. Android and Rocket Player work to display some form of album art for your song files be that through the Android mediastore, Album files (sync'd with i Syncr), Tagged ID3 artwork, or artwork that's downloaded from our cloud features.Through this tutorial we'll describe how you can manage album artwork in Rocket Player.Edit a single song When you upload music to Google Play, album art is automatically added for MP3 files.For other file types, you can always manually add album art following the steps above.Note: If album art for a file appears in your i Tunes library but not on Google Play, it's likely that the album art was added by i Tunes and wasn't included in your original music file.