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Dec 14 2012
By: bd142001 First Son 2 posts
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Content Manager Refresh

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How do I refresh the content folders on the PC that hosts the Content Manager?

 

I added a few new photos to my photo directory and they would not show up on the content manager on the PS Vita.

 

Do I need to update db everytime a file is added? That takes forever to update.

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Splicer
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Re: Content Manager Refresh

Dec 22, 2012
I have the same question. Does the database update at a specific interval or is there a way to manually force it to update?
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Re: Content Manager Refresh

Feb 22, 2013

I want to know this too. I try closing the video app and restarting my laptop sometimes.

 

There has to be an easier way.

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Feb 22, 2013

You have to rebuild the database.

In the setting of the Content Manager go to the last tab and you'll find it.

 

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Re: Content Manager Refresh

Feb 23, 2013
I forgot about this thread....

Not really a refresh as it rebuilds the entire database. If you have a large collection of content like myself, that takes 20+ minutes.

Sony should have included a way to refresh/update manually when you had a couple of files. Instead you have to wait for it to update or you rebuild the database. In my case rebuilding the database isn't an option so I have to wait for it to randomly refresh.
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