Scrobble missing iTunes plays

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Today I noticed that Last.fm hasn't scrobbled any of my iTunes plays since 2015/06/25 and "Help" > "Diagnostics" reported "ITUNES NOT RUNNING!".

As advised by http://www.last.fm/forum/34905/_/2239721, I uninstalled iTunes and installed iTunes for older video cards from https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1816?locale=en_GB.

Last.fm now detects iTunes properly but is not scrobbling any of the missing plays even when manually scrobbling iPod.

Is there any way that I can scrobble my missing plays?

Thanks.
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Ben Hooper

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Posted 4 years ago

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snyde1

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Not for the ones older than 2 weeks. (Or that used to be the case.)
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As far as I remember, that limit has been raised to four weeks now.
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Ben Hooper

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It's not even scrobbling plays from the previous day.

I believe that the XML files in the "iTunes" folder are responsible for tracking play counts so if I were to back up the current ones is there any that I can delete pre-2015/06/25 play counts so I can reinstall Last.fm and import my "entire" play count history therefore filling the gap?
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What version of MAC OS?  I'm running 10.6.8 and my scrobbles collect, app seems like it connects but the scrobbles don;t upload.  I'm not buying a new computer just to scrobble, an upload is an upload.....what version of LastFm are you running?  Mine is old

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