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Automatically fill free space with songs

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I'm too lazy to create a playlist of all the music I want on my iPhone, so I just use the "Automatically fill free space with songs" setting. It's usually pretty good at getting what I want, but sometimes it misses stuff. Is there a way to game it so it picks what I like without having to keep making or updating playlists? Any idea how it selects what gets copied? It doesn't >SEEM< to matter what the play count of a song is or how many stars I've rated it, but I'd think it would have some way other than just picking stuff at random. Or maybe not. Ideas?
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