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I had this exact same problem and found the answer I was looking for within one of the Apple communities. Simply go into iTunes store and scroll right to the very bottom. There amongst the small print you'll see an option for purchased. Click on there and you will see a list of all songs/albums and you can choose to either download all or individual tracks. ...


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You can't. Restoring from another device's backup will update to the latest iOS the restored device can use. The only way would be to restore from a backup initially made from that same device, using that iOS.


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Funny question - never loose the flow... The only way I see is that you install a tool like Airfoil and have your Mac simulate an AirPlay device. Then once you get home and your iPod is logged into your WiFi you could select your Mac as the speaker.


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Looks like a bug to me. I'd report it to Apple Bug Report Only seems to do it in Album view when the album's background colour is dark enough that the inverted colour used would be light or white. Then as you edit, you get white on white. In My Music/Album view, you can see against the album background how/why it may choose the highlight colour [not ...


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If you've tried all physical options, removing hubs, changing cables, ports etc, then the remaining likelihood is that the existing backup is corrupt. Simplest method would be to find your backups folder & rename/delete the corrupt one, then test again… Disconnect phone, quit iTunes Switch to Finder Cmd ⌘ N for new window Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ G for ...



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