Problem importing .srb into Sunrizer for iPad

edited September 3 in Sunrizer

I am having a problem importing third party .srb files into Sunrizer for iPad. The Bank names show correctly in the list after importing, but the banks are empty of sounds.

The particular files are from Dreamfoot.

Sunrizer's own weblink files import fine.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  • Have you tried launching the app in standalone mode? Rebooting your device?

  • Thanks - yes I have done both of those. Further to the above, I’ve now discovered that while initially the Bank name shows up in the list, on restarting the app not even the Bank name is showing.

  • This def seems a little flakey. As a test, I downloaded a bank (sound of Izrael.srb) in my browser (iCabMobile). When I shared it from there to Sunrizer, I saw a blank bank, although the tags seemed to appear. But I could copy the bank to FE File Explorer and share it from there to Sunrizer. Then I got 2 popups about adding a bank; one bank contained the data, the other bank was the blank one. After restarting Sunrizer, only the bank with data appeared, and it seems to work. I also tried sharing the file from the Files app, but it failed the same as iCabMobile.

    I looked at the file and it's an Apple plist in XML format, which is a very standard fomat for files like this. I suspect the file layout may have changed slightly over the years, and these old files may not be up to date with iPadOS 14.7.1.

    Suggestion: try sharing the bank from a 3rd party file manager like FE File Explorer or Documents by Readdle.

  • edited September 3

    Thank you - that worked. I have Documents by Readdle and shared the banks from there successfully.

    Much appreciation for the trouble you took to find the solution. 👍

  • Hey, you're welcome. But isn't that weird? Different implementations of Sharing functionality, somehow.

  • edited September 4

    For anyone who would like them, here is the link to the banks in question. You need to sign up for a free account to access them. There are some lovely sounds.

    Refer to uncleDave's solution above if the import doesn't work using Apple's native Files App.

    https://www.dreamfootexperience.com/freeresources

    @giku - I've sent you the banks in question.

  • Thank you, got it. I’m gonna add import option to banks window. Update is coming very soon.

  • Thanks - looking forward to it.

  • Unless I’ve not seen it - any possibility in the future of exporting user banks or favourites for backup?

  • I've just realised the export option is already there - just didn't see it.

    Thanks for the recent update.

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