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Yes you can, on both iTunes and your Apple device. You didn't mention which device specifically, but on iTunes, look for the + icon or the ..., which you can click and Add to My Music as well. Check out these screenshots below on iTunes. I boxed the + icon on both pictures because that is the simpler approach, but you can also click the ...:


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On 24 of July I tried for some hours to get iTunes 12.x (actual version at this time) to play other 3rd Party Codecs. In short: I was not successful. iTunes has changed a lot, so none of the older hacks work anymore. I'm very interested in a solution for this problem, because I have a lot of FLAC-Files I would love to manage in iTunes. If I find a solution ...


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I turned off iTunes Match on my phone. All the Match songs that were downloaded were still available (cool!) and the non-downloaded ones were no longer listed. I then killed the Music app and rebooted the phone. Same thing. I then turned iTunes Match back on. It re downloaded all the metadata, but reattached to all my downloaded songs. It didn't need to re ...


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This does not tell you which items are causing the issue, but it resolves the issue by transferring whatever is needed. In iTunes, go to the File menu, devices, transfer purchases from ....


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The only solution is to call Apple Support. Just go to the Apple ID support page and enter the information as it affects you. (I think going to "Apple ID" -> "Disabled Apple ID" would suit you best). I recommend calling telephone support, but you can also email them like suggested. Either way, it would be best to have a device connected to that ID.


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You should be fine: Windows System Requirements PC with a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor and 512MB of RAM Windows XP Service Pack 3 or later, 32-bit editions of Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 64-bit editions of Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 require the iTunes64-bit installer 400MB of available disk space Broadband Internet connection to use ...


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This is only possible by creating a smart playlist. Below the playlist sidebar click on the plus-button and choose to add a new smart playlist. You can set it something like this:


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When adding an .m4v file, or other acceptable A/V type file extensions, to iTunes either by drag and drop or using File > Add to Library... the file is added to Home Videos under Movies. In a fresh install of OS X, in the image below, it shows the available tabs when selecting Movies in iTunes. Note there is no Home Videos tab. In the image below, after ...



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