New Cydia release called Dejavu prevents from adding duplicate songs to Apple Music playlists in iOS 9. Sometimes you can accidently add the same song to a playlist more than once, which means you’ll have duplicate songs in the same playlist. Apple doesn't offer the way to keep you from listening to duplicates. But with Dejavu tweak you can easily fix this problem. Let's find out how this new tweak works.
How To Prevent From Adding Duplicate Songs To Apple Music Playlists
When adding songs to a playlist Dejavu will grey out songs that have already been added. It will also display a warning if you try to add one of those songs. It also applies to the ‘Now Playing’ and ‘All Songs’ views where pressing the 3 dots next to a song lets you add it to a playlist.
So to prevent from adding duplicate songs to Apple Music playlists in iOS 9 you should download Dejavu tweak on your jailbroken device. So head to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and grab the tweak for $1.00. Note that this tweak is intended to work on iOS 9 devices only.
Once the Dejavu is installed it will add a preferences pane to the Settings app. Hre you can where you can turn on/off the tweak on demand, as well as configure whether or not duplicate songs are grayed out and whether or not the tweak will prevent you from adding duplicate songs to your playlist(s). When you're done with configurations tap on the respring button at the top right of the preferences pane for all your changes take place.
Now the next time you will attempt to add a song that’s grayed out, the tweak will show a “Song Already Added” waining to let you know that the song already exists in the playlist you’re trying to add it to.
Dejavu is really great tweak as it prevents you from adding the same song to playlist in iOS 9 and in this way fixes annoying problem with duplicates. No longer will you have to guess if a song is already on a playlist, and end up with multiple duplicates. So if you hate listening to the same song from your playlist twice then you should definitely install this tweak.