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Sign in to both computers with iTunes home sharing - then you can import files back and forth as needed. There is a filter to show songs not on the local library and the copying is drag and drop. Much faster if you really want to copy files than iTunes Match which also would sync things, but take far longer to upload and download the files. See these posts ...
Let me correct my comment: A 64bit timestamp consist of access-modification-change-birthtime. From man 2 stat the following system calls change the respective times. The time-related fields of struct stat are as follows: st_atime Time when file data last accessed. Changed by the mknod(2), utimes(2) and read(2) system calls. st_mtime ...
I was having the same problem as you. I solved it by turning my phone into a hotspot briefly for my laptop, which allowed it to sync new passwords, and then I just clicked on the network, and it didn't prompt me for a password, just connected.
The mute-setting does not transfer from the phone to the watch.
Delete iCloud? You mean sign out I suppose. If you want a separate account without harm of data, Go to Preferences > iCloud and somewhere there are sync options. Disable synchronization (possibly other features), sign out of iCloud, then create a new profile and use it on your iPhone. You might need the previous password to continue.
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