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Try these: If there is a hidden file named .nomedia in that particular album folder >>> (unhide the file and delete it). Move the folder into some other directory and refresh library. Check whether .mp3 files have proper tags (IDv3 tags) >>> (or else they go to unknown album category).
Assuming your SD card is not damaged or corrupted, it seems that media scanner has not picked up your media! You could try an app like Force Media Scan to force it to run. NOTE: I have not tested this app. There are many apps to do this this one has a widget for it (also not tested by me). Some applications like PowerAmp will automatically scan for media ...
I would recommend you convert your mp3 files to .m4a with Media Converter on Google Play store. I have a Samsung Note 3 too and suffer from the same problem.
With some caveats, unison should be able to do what you want. It's a command-line utility that can be configured with a complex set of filters to transfer or not transfer files according to their location in the directory hierarchy, their file extension, etc. The caveats: There's a fairly steep learning curve, especially if you're not a heavy ...
In case you haven't found a solution yet, I would recommend an app called Soundwire
After trying multiple music players, I found that Neutron Music Player will play all of the mp3 files that were otherwise unplayable!
AIMP play opus on Android.....
I was having a similar problem but was playing mp3s from my SD card. I used the vlc player instead and the problem was resolved :)
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