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Created attachment 6684 [details]
When trying to receive playlist titles from iOS using MPMediaPlaylist.ValueForProperty("MPMediaPlaylistPropertyName") it returns an empty string.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Run the attached Repro Project on a device that has playlists stored.
The playlist title is outputted to the console, and it is empty.
It should output the title of the playlist.
Build Date & Platform:
Version: 126.96.36.199 (Business Edition)
From a quick (pre-run) look your sample is using the constant name, not value.
OTOH it seem sour bindings are not optimal : the constant is not available and some API are bound in camelCase :-(
Confirmed. Replace with "name" and it works. IOW Apple's has something like:
static NSString MPMediaPlaylistPropertyName = "name";
and the sample is using the constant _name_ not it's value.
I'll keep the bug open because it seems those bindings requires a bit more love (like exposing those constants).
The constant already exists (even if it's not perfectly exposed in the`MPMediaPlaylistProperty` static class that expose the values.
Other fixes are in master / 9be5c487b663e7c799ca44c2ae41cb2dc5369440