When I had this issue it was because the track I was trying to move had some special characters in the metadata that shouldn’t have been there.
When I fixed the metadata and re-started my core the crashing stopped.
Thank you for writing us on this issue. Did you by chance attempt to remove Roon Remote from your device and re-install it? It’s possible something is corrupted with the playlists or the playlist data. This action would force everything to re-populate.
Let me know if this doesn’t change your situation. We may have to have you enable logging for us to examine if it doesn’t do the trick.
This happens to me too with iPhone 13 currently running iOS 16.1.
It happens with all my playlists: Local, Qobuz, or Tidal.
If I touch the dots on the left, Roon Remote immediately crashes.
I can’t recall when this issue started but it’s been like this for at least 2 update cycles.
It may have started with 2.0. but I’m not certain.
It doesn’t happen on iPad.
I appreciate you bringing these to our attention. I will be discussing this with the team tomorrow morning and we’ll see what we can do to come up with a resolution for you. Normally, I’d expect a fresh install to fix problems so this is quite a surprise. I will let you know what I find out.