Itunes No Longer Displays Image of Android When Connected & Syncing

Itunes on Widows 10 used to show an image of my Android in the upper left side whenever it connected.

Now, doesn't show.

But, it still syncs.

What do you think is happening?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
AFAIK iTunes never has worked with other than Apple devices.
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Owen RubinConsultantCommented:
A while ago, Apple decided that managing a device through iTunes was not the proper place for iOS devices, so perhaps that may now include other connected "players" as well. (I do not sync my Android with iTunes so I have  not seen this)

Today, the best way to manage music on an Android is sadly to manually copy the iTunes music files from your iTunes library folders. Simply connect any Android phone to the computer using a USB cable and open the phone's music folder to copy the files to the music folder on the Android device. It will (should) show up on your Windows 10 system as a "USB Storage device".
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