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Go to the podcast page in your iTunes Library by selecting it in the menu bar, then click the gear next to the title, then, under "This Computer", select Download Episodes > Off
Yes. Follow this guide or any other after getting the song from ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music. Select and edit a song The first thing we'll need to do is choose a song in iTunes to use as a ringtone. Open up iTunes on your Mac or PC and click on the My Music tab. Choose a song that's on your hard drive then right click on it, choose Get Info, then ...
The answer is mixed. While the iTunes app store can be signed into with a separate Apple ID, there will be some data (naturally) stored on the second account you use. The device will not be added to their My Apple Devices, though it will become an Authorized Device in iTunes Store. As such, some level of data will be held in the Apple Servers to facilitate ...
I finally found a solution to this. If you sort by song you can see a check mark next to most songs but the greyed out ones won't be checked. Just make all songs checked and they work again. Hopefully this helps you and others with a similar problem.
I've had several people ask for help with Apple Music and this has helped them - hopefully it's what you're looking for. Stars are tracked in your music library - so if you are playing songs from the cloud - it's a bug if you can input stars for tracks that are not part of your actual library. One you add a song/album to your library - the stars should be ...
For some reason iTunes photo sync (iOS Device -> Photos) is quite restricted regarding what you do with those photos after they are on the iOS device. Even Apple specifically says that you can't sync those photos from your iOS device to your computer. As a result, I suggest trying iExplorer to copy the photos from the iPad to your computer. If you had ...
All the iTunes content is inside the directory: ~/Music/iTunes more precisely: /Users/<your_user_name>/Music/iTunes. You can use special application tool like DaisyDisk to locate some particular content inside your Mac computer.
Music is a default folder under FAVORITES on the Sidebar of Finder and you should be able to select it and then see your iTunes Folder. If the Sidebar isn't shown, click Finder > View > Show Sidebar. If Music isn't in Finder's Sidebar then go to the menu bar Finder > Preferences... > Sidebar and click the checkbox by Music to have it appear in the Sidebar. ...
I believe the "Never Play This Song" applies to just the one station. Apple clarifies this in their page for Apple Music Radio - https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204944 "While listening to your custom station in Apple Music Radio, tap or click the star icon star icon to fine-tune your station. Tap or click the star again to tell us to Play More Like ...
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