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.nomedia - I had 2 of them files on phone and one on sd - deleted all three and Hay Presto Music player now sees all songs on SD card and phone - all good thanks - using Samsung Galaxy Ace 4 lite - had tried reformatting SD - reboots of phone - different media players - but by deleting all .nomedia files was the only solution that worked - worked a treat - ...
As mentioned in another answer, on devices that use FUSE for SD card emulation (such as modern Nexus devices), only root can change timestamps of files in /sdcard. Since things like MTP and ADB don't run as root, you can't preserve the timestamps with these methods. However, if your device is rooted, you can fix the timestamps with a separate step ...
I had the same problem. I uninstalled the updates to the Google Play Services and replaced it with the version that came with my device. It then auto updated (to the same version I had before) and now it works! It seems like a bug in the update process.
Quick and easy solution: simply use a PC or Mac to copy the files from the old SD Card (or PC) to the new SD Card. Use a PC/Mac with an SD Card reader/writer (there are USB-to-SD Card converters) which sees the card as a FAT32 USB storage. When you're done copying, re-insert the new card in your phone and reboot.
My wife has a Nexus 4 too. I suggested to delete the account and recreate it. Then the sistems ask for authorizations of xxx stuff i cant remember and after agree it works again.
Try to use "push" ADB command instead of side-loading to transfer the files.
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