*EVEN* easier way of Installing Audioscrobbler plugin for MediaMonkey!

  • *EVEN* easier way of Installing Audioscrobbler plugin for MediaMonkey!

    Originally posted here

    1) Download this plugin to Mediamonkey/Plugins: http://www.thorrune.net/filedump/gen_wa2_scrobbler.dll

    2) Install Last.fm, but do not install winamp plugin or make last.fm think you have winamp at all. You can still have other plugins, I think.

    3)Start MediaMonkey, and Last.fm should start automatically, PROBABLY WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING WHY!! (LOL)

    4) Start scrobbling. could it be any easier?'

    Editado por Extreme_One el 27 Jun 2008, 6:29
    • colekins escribió...
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    • 29 Oct 2006, 1:34
    thanks. this worked great for me.

    • [Usuario eliminado] escribió...
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    • 11 Nov 2006, 22:32
    worked for me too

    very simple

    • risser escribió...
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    • 28 Nov 2006, 13:26
    This does work nicely. However, note that if you have previously installed Scrobbler by faking a WinAmp.exe in your MediaMonkey folder, you will have to remove it, or it will automatically find and link Scrobbler to that exe.

    Once i did that it allowed me to associate it with MediaMonkey.exe.



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    • mwkdesign escribió...
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    • 30 Dic 2006, 21:20
    This hasnt worked for me. I started with a new instalation of both. The audioscobbler v2 is showing up in my Options/Player/General plugins. But I cannot configure it. the configure button does nothing. So there is no way to turn audioscrobbler on.

    Please help.


  • yeah same here, iwoayhtoewiye help(?)

  • weird, i didnt do anything different and i swear out of nowhere it started working. woohoo


  • werd.

    It worked here as well. Using MediaMonkey and Last.fm 1.1.0 (winamp plugin 2.0.30)

    • evandena escribió...
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    • 26 Ene 2007, 5:37
    worked like a charm. If you had MM open while installing the Winamp plugin, make sure you restart MM to get it working.

    • sgtret escribió...
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    • 28 Ene 2007, 20:41

    Installed, started, restarted, jump-started, worked.

    I was getting ready to say it didn't work when, in the middle of song, Media Monkey shut down on its own. When I restarted, bingo, it was working. I must've forgotten the part about the pixie dust! >G<

  • Works like a champ...thank you for posting this!

    • Himemi escribió...
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    • 4 Feb 2007, 17:44
    thanks =D

    • lajevardi escribió...
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    • 30 Mar 2007, 6:54

    "..He who saddens at thought of idleness, cannot be idle..
    And he's awake, who thinks himself asleep.."
    --John Keats
    • siaush escribió...
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    • 6 Abr 2007, 6:31
    Not working for me... It did displayed on the Now Playing page but didn't update the recent played list. Can anyone help please?

    • lajevardi escribió...
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    • 11 Abr 2007, 20:43
    hey siaush,
    this trick will not work any longer with new version of MediaMonkey.

    "..He who saddens at thought of idleness, cannot be idle..
    And he's awake, who thinks himself asleep.."
    --John Keats
  • hrm. ok. so now I've got the Last.fm player showing up in my system tray - and have to have it there in order to "srobble"?

    • [Usuario eliminado] escribió...
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    • 5 May 2007, 22:19
    works a treat, thanks

    draco yes - it wont be runnign otherwise.

    • TalSh escribió...
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    • 24 May 2007, 11:46
    Does this work if you only have MM open and not the Last.fm client?

    • redfox82 escribió...
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    • 25 May 2007, 20:26
    Worked perfectly, cheers!

    • [Usuario eliminado] escribió...
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    • 1 Jun 2007, 20:21

    it worked......

    but do i have to always have the lastfm player for it to work always?, that would suck

    • [Usuario eliminado] escribió...
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    • 2 Jun 2007, 8:21
    Yes you do, and I'm pretty convinced that people worried about having to have it open all the time are pretty anal. It's actually a fairly useful app, and uses all of 3 megs of ram when in the systray. Unless you are running a 386 I don't see what the problem is.

    • eoan escribió...
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    • 29 Jun 2007, 15:37
    Works for me.. Ace.

    • StDan escribió...
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    • 1 Jul 2007, 9:32
    Hello, first post.
    Iv`e got v 2.55.998 can I do this? I can only find
    an MM.exe down in winnt not in the main MM folder.
    I`m probably missing something...where will I find the hard way alternative?

    • Danilo7 escribió...
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    • 5 Jul 2007, 23:55
    Thanks Man

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