or the v2 or v3 images, as appropriate for your firmware.
I’d be interested in how you get on, and if you have any licence issues; I have never tried upgrading ( note the twonkyforum comment “For all versions – PC as well as embedded – you will need to purchase a license from our online store to run them beyond the trial period”). There’s some discussion of where twonky should be placed, and how to restart it here:
To sort out your mess, you could downgrade your firmware, then upgrade it again: search the forum for ‘downgrade’. You might even be able to get it to simply re-install the existing software by using the downgrade trick of changing the version string.
Probably the first thing you needed to know before you embarked on your ill-advised “fix” is how music is streamed from a DLNA media server, and it is that music tracks ARE streamed in alphabetical order, so the Twonky installed on the My Cloud was working fine. This is one of the issues with streaming music via DLNA.
Also, the My Cloud device is not only a media server, it is also a network shared device, and when music tracks are streamed via this second method, they ARE in track order. The My Cloud app streams music as shares and in track order.
When music is streamed to a mobile device, most apps stream it as coming from a DLNA media server, (Although most iOS apps stream music from shares in track order) I do know of (and use) one Android DLNA app called Bubble/UPnP that can stream music via both methods. If one goes into a music album folder using this app, music can be streamed in track order as if coming from a shared drive.
Good luck getting your My Cloud’s Twonky working again, I have no idea how to clean up that mess.
I deleted the folder of Twonky for MyBook and install the new one for MyCloud Firmware and it worked fine. Everything was easy. Honestly I thought that there will be problems.
Now I have a trial period of Twonky and all my media library in right order, but I’m going to purchase it.
Thank You Very Much!