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Mr. Van Cool's fix did not work. Jaberg's suggestion worked, but I found an easier way to get to the "Convert ..." option. From the songs menu, right click on the songs with the bad time & "Convert to AAC" is in the popup menu. Fixed 4 songs in under a minute, added the M4A files to my playist, and burning to CD worked as expected.


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The rented tab is not in the iTunes Store. It is in the Videos app. If you downloaded it to your iPad successfully, there should be a rented tab in Videos. Otherwise, something went wrong, and you may need to contact iTunes support.


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Go into edit and put say 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5 and so on in compilation. It took me ages to work this out. Worked for me.


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The default location for iPhone Backups is: $HOME/Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backup If the Macintosh HD doesn't have adequate free space and or adequate free space cannot easily be made available at the default location, then the following can be used as a workaround. First, if the iPhone is showing in iTunes eject it, then close iTunes. If ...


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It should still be there on the Apps panel, though it's more confusingly-located than I seem to remember it used to be. You have to scroll right down past the Apps section where you can add/remove/arrange apps, and you'll eventually get to a File Sharing section with a list of apps that support file sharing. If you found your way there but the list is ...


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When you delete a file, the file is not actually deleted. The file will actually just be hidden and marked by the system as 'deleted'. When you download something from the internet par example, the files marked as 'deleted' will be overwritten by the downloaded file. On Mac it's possible to safe those files marked as 'deleted' before they are overwritten by ...


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You can download these videos using my convenient bash script, here you go: https://gist.github.com/Blackjacx/6f61570e5eea87f977e5af9abb6a76b1 Please leave a comment on Github if you liked it or if you gave any problems with the download. I will fix problems as fast as possible.


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You can keep your iTunes music. A subscription to Apple Music just provides you access to most of the music found in Apple's iTunes music store. It will not replace any of the songs that are found in your library. It is important to note that all of my songs were downloaded from the store itself. If you are worried about your songs being deleted or ...


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None of the suggestions here had made any difference. But, I kept looking and scouring the web and found (I don't remember where) what I thought, at first, was a half-assed suggestion that seems to have done the job. The suggestion was that a "dirty" or misaligned speaker jack could be the issue. Well, some days ago I removed the speaker plug from the ...


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go to C:Windows/System32/Drivers/Etc and open the hosts file in notepad and at the botton of the text file add this: 74.208.105.171 gs.apple.com (Numer Symbol)74.208.10.249 GS.APPLE.COM (Numer Symbol)127.0.0.1 GS.APPLE.COM (Numer Symbol)74.208.105.171 GS.APPLE.COM then Save! (You may save it on the desktop and then replace it with the old one)


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Go to App Store click on Purchased -> Not on this iPad/iPhone. Slide the app you want to hide to the left then click Hide (that's in red).


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If you and your kid – or actually your device and your kid's device are on the same network, you could simply share your library like this: Go to your iTunes preferences and click on the sharing tab. You can then choose to either share your complete library, or select a playlist to share. On the client iTunes (your kid's device) your shared library should ...


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Sometimes iTunes thinks that the iPod is yours but has stuff on it but it was synced with a different computer and a different iTunes so iTunes needed to format it.


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I had a hardware problem showing error 29.Had to take the phone to a hardware engineer who fixed the chip.


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TunesMedic can do that plus a lot of other useful organization tasks in iTunes, its five dollars on the app store if my memory serves me right and in my opinion totally worth it as I don't have time for some of the repetitive tasks to keep everything organized


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You asked specifically about defaulting all music files and their data to small caps. I think you mean "title case," like this: This Is Title Case Assuming that is what you want, and considering that you mention you already have some files that are all caps and others that are all lower case, perhaps you will get the result you want by changing the names-- ...


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In terms of technology, the files you're talking about don't have DRM, so you can simply copy them to your son's computer. You don't say what kind of devices either of you are using, but you can right-click songs in iTunes and choose Show in Finder/Windows Explorer to see where your music files are located. Then you can transfer these files to your son using ...


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It does work from cassette, although you have to separately identify each song. I used Audiology and a $25 cassette converter (that also works like a cassette walkman). It's a little labor intensive, especially finding the beginning and end of songs. You can do the whole cassette as one album, but it doesn't split all the songs down with iMatch.


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You are not able to switch cards with your Apple ID. The only option is to create a new account with a different card. Only with Apple Pay can you switch cards when making physical purchases.


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I do not think Apple is using a standard encryption, as the FBI demonstrated for us, its so far, uncrackable, it contains your used passwords, and other sensitive information, how are you planning on decrypting this data?


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Replace your link with this one: itms://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewRadioStation?id=ra.978194965 You can open it without open your safari. Of course, only works with iTunes installed.


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Go to Settings > Music. Is "Show Apple Music" switched to "on?" You cannot have Apple Music enabled and sync your music library. It will only make those songs in your library available via the cloud. You must choose, for your device, if you want to have Apple Music (which has a paid subscription fee of $9.99 after a trial period) -or- sync your music ...


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I've been able to find the tool where you're able to switch between these two modes. It used to be on the upper right, but now you can find it in View As/Title on the View menu.


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I was having this problem with some VBR MP3s I ripped a decade ago with LAME 3.92. The problem went away when I converted them to fixed rate MP3s in iTunes (File > Convert) iTunes 12.4.1.6, Mac OS X 10.11.5


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Since the apple advisor was able to perform the download at his end, but I was not able to at my end, my suspicion was that there was a problem with Apple's content distribution network. This morning I tried again. No joy. On a hunch I tried logging in on a spare admin account. No problem. connected to the apple support site, and downloaded the update....


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The panel is still there and hasn't moved. Select your iPhone in the toolbar. The latest backup times and locations are shown under Latest Backup. The version of iTunes is independent of the version of OS X. Image Capture has by no means replaced Photos and was part of OS X long before iPhoto (the predecessor to Photos.app).


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You do this by changing the <link> tag in your podcast's RSS feed. iTunes will automatically pick up the change the next time it scans your feed. The specifics of how to do this change depending on your podcast host, so if you need help your best bet is to contact their support folks.


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In iTunes, choose Preferences. Next, choose the Devices tab. You'll be presented with a list of Device backups. Select the most recent backup for the device in question. Invoke the popup menu for that backup; three choices are available. Select Archive and the backup will be archived with date and timestamp. Now you have an archive that won't be overwritten ...


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No your not able to do this.. You always need to promt the password on your phone via touch. Or.. you can try to connect with a wireless bluetooth keyboard, but still you will need to touch the screen to do this.


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Bonjour is installed on Windows alongside iTunes or iCloud Control Panel. If you have either of these it is expected to be found to be installed. Bonjour can also be required by other programs or installed separately, so it's existence is not too unusual.


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google the podcast episode by name, it will give you the link.


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Try checking out the links below. Others have seen similar issues so they might help you out. Stop iTunes from opening when a device is plugged in? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6078492?tstart=0


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Synching with iTunes via laptop does seem to restore most things but I can't take my laptop with me everywhere so when I reach for the phone to play a podcast that I downloaded I want it there and available not with a cloud icon next to it. I don't have this problem with my android tablet so I shouldn't have the problem with a phone that cost 7X as much. ...


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You can't take a screenshot of a protected video with the stock Mac tools. Apple has built-in protection to prevent this from happening (if the video is not protected, then it's ok to take a screenshot). The only way you'll be able to do this is to use a third-party video player, like VLC, or a third-party image capture, like SnapNDrag.


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Although I cannot account for the loss of the media, and the used storage on the phone may or may not include the ghosts of those files, here is what I did. I first backed up iTunes and archived the iPhone backup for safety, and then I synced (as per Apple Support advice) to iTunes, and everything copied itself over to the iPhone, it appears like normal ...


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If you make the iTunes download believe you are 32-bit Windows, it will provide you with the 32-bit installer. Change the user agent string following instructions for your browser (this guide seems to work) to something like Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win32, x86; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko so it appears you are running 32-bit Windows. Visit the ...


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Go to the Store -> Account -> At the top it will say something about available downloads and if you want to download now. Click the download now button and you should be good to go.


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Apple Discussion has a similar question. They suggest that you change your DNS. Try using the Google Public DNS. I would also suggest you to restart your router once.


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For all those who never use iTunes and do not have that 'Summary' panel (not sure why this happens, perhaps iTunes version too old) I just disabled execution for iTunes altogether. So, open terminal and sudo chmod -x /Applications/iTunes.app/ - never see iTunes again.


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For every song the you import into iTunes, a copy will be made in your iTunes Media folder. If you want to delete a song from iTunes, I would suggest you do it by right clicking on the song and hit delete. Then it will let you decide if you want to remove the referente to that song in iTunes or move the file (the one in iTunes Media, not your music folder) ...


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Some albums need a little more info: add names in the sort areas, and check the "Show Composer in all Views" check box. Worked for me.


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Hi I had the same problem. I am using win 7 64 bit. I have installed MediaMonkey, the I connected iPhone to the PC and once the window popped-up, I clicked on "open with MediaMonkey". Than the phone was synced in MediaMonkey and after that in iTunes as well.


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There does seem to be a way to make Smart Playlists that only include whole albums - you need to love ('Heart') the album (not the individual tracks) and then use "Album is Loved" as one of your smart playlist conditions. Strangely it seems to only work on my home library - my work laptop with iCloud Match messes up the albums - but it seems to work for my ...


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As John Ramos said, you should sync your iPhone with iTunes on your computer, at which point you should have the option to sync audiobooks but not music.


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You can disable iCloud on one of the iPads, meaning it won't download content from the other. Or effect the content of the other


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iTunes manages each device separately. First, give the iPads different names so you can tell them apart, even though iTunes already knows. Do this on the devices themselves. Then, plug both in to the computer separately and you should have the devices available separately, although now iTunes shows them in this stupid device selector that barely looks ...


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Answer: in iTunes 12.4 you will see a blue Filter button above any search results in the songs list (top one) and it reads [Filter Music for "..." (your search)]. Just click it and go play!


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On the left hand side: select songs to show the grid view. Add columns if needed. Go to View in the menu bar, select column browser.


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Yes it does. Think of iTunes Store (and Apple App Store) as having separate instances (stores) for each country that Apple Inc. offers the service for. In every country/region iTunes Store has its own offering, language, regulations, pricing, availability, age restrictions, etc. Apple recognises users by either method of payment or their billing address ...


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The solution was simple - it was a permissions problem. On the Mac, here are the steps I took to fix: Note the song that fails, on my case it was a Zeppelin song. Using the terminal, cd to the directory containing the song Run ls -la and note the owner/permissions of the file that fails, in my case it was an alternate username I was using at one point, ...



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