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Never mind. This answer used to say new iTunes fixed this issue. It did for one synch. Now music is missing again. I guess it's time for de-duplication


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executive summary: check to see if it's full I've been having this problem a lot lately, with OSX 10.9 and iTunes 11 on a 4th gen iPod Touch with iOS 6. I think there are a few contributors in my case, that seem to combine to stall it, often at "importing photos" or "preparing items" in step 8 (will stall for hours until I kill it). One issue is that when ...


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In my opinion, you can use a third-party tool to find and remove the duplicate songs in your iTunes. I once tried with a program called MUSIC CLEANUP. It helped me quickly find and delete all my duplicate songs at once.


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In iTunes on your computer you will need to select what music you want to sync. When the phone it plugged into iTunes, and the phone is selected in the sidebar (you may need to select the menu item "View" -> "Show Sidebar") one of the options beside the "Summary" of the phone is for "Music" where you can set exactly which playlists, artists, albums, and ...


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It sounds like the Notes were being saved on iCloud on both devices. When you deleted them from your phone, you were really deleting them from iCloud. If you use "Time Machine" to backup your macbook, you can go back to the day before you deleted the notes on your phone and then sync your phone with iTunes to put the notes back on. Then, on your iPhone, ...


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Error -54 is a file permissions issue - if you open the Start menu & type %userprofile% (including both % symbols) then hit Enter you should see the My Music folder, which is the default location for iTunes music files. Open My Music, select the iTunes folder Then, make sure you have sufficient control over the contents of that folder - ...


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Quitting Google Drive and then restarting the App seems to work


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I had this problem and was able to resolve it by following the clues here: http://robservatory.com/a-nasty-little-itunesios-bug-may-be-causing-media-sync-issues/ Apparently it's a bug triggered by duplicates in the iTunes Library. In my case, I had a couple of duplicates that I wasn't aware of from several years ago. I used the "Dupin" utility to find the ...


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Using the Disk Utility app and selecting Repair Disk is what I tried first and that worked perfectly.


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I had the same problem and think I found the answer (without having to plug the iPhone to a computer). Go to iTunes Store > Music. Scroll right down to the bottom. You'll find a "Purchased" tab. Click on it and then click on "Recent Purchases" and download.


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There is no designated option to sync music between an iPod Nano and an iPhone. Neither the iPod Nano nor the iPod Shuffle have WIFI capabilities, so they can not use iTunes in the Clooud. Id est you have to sync you iPod with iTunes on a computer.


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Have you tried using a different USB cable and port? Also try rebooting your computer to see if that helps. I find that sometimes simple things such as cables and swapping ports have surprising results.


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In any program to find out what fields/data can be inserted at a given point look for the menu item "Insert" if there is one you will see under that menu diffent types of data that can be inserted. I pages you can "Insert" any of the information from the Addressbook. In numbers it is much more limited. AppleScript is most probley to best solution for ...


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If you want to know how to transfer music from computer to iphone, follow the steps below: Step 1: Open the software Step 2: Access your device (iPhone/iPod) in the software Step 3: Navigate to /private/var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/ on your iOS device Step 4: You’ll see a folder called Music Step 5: This is the folder you should copy. If you open this and ...


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The Music app on iOS doesn't support Audio streams. If you want to listen to audio streams on iPhone/iPad you can use one of the various streaming apps available in the App Store (e.g. WunderRadio, TUneIn Radio or Radium).


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It seems there is no way to stop iTunes 11.4 from syncing apps back to iTunes from my iPhone. BUT... I think at least I found a way to prevent it copying them back to iTunes/my HDD: Close iTunes. Find out where your 'Mobile Application' folder is located on your HDD. Delete it or put it in the trash at least. Then open Terminal and change to the folder ...


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You can do a bit of a clumsy workaround. First you have to select all your songs on iTunes, right-click and select Clear Downloaded Artwork. Than you can sync your library with your iPhone. After that you can download your artworks again. So you have your artworks on your computer, but not on your iPhone.


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Go to Settings → iCloud and enable the Contacts service.



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