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iVI Pro can convert from 265 into iTunes. I assume their non-Pro version can too, but that's what I'm using.


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The answer is, quite clearly, no. If this were possible, how would Apple distinguish between the multiple accounts?(That's a rhetorical question. I'm sure there are many ways to go about his, but it would be extremely annoying and inconvenient for both you and Apple). However, if you are not to keen to set up a new email, you can still set up a new Apple ID ...


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Actually, you can go onto iExplorer, click the Media tab, and delete the CloudAssets & LoFICloudAssets (I think), those two folders are where the Apple Music song caches are stored.


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If you have a backup of your iPhone on iCloud or another computer, you can restore from there. If you don't, you'll have to reset and setup as new.


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On your computer click on iTunes and then connect your computer and iPad with the USB/sync cable. Click on the "iPad" symbol top RHS. The iPad "Summary" page will open up. Click on "Music" up top and you will be shown a page where you can select to sync your entire music library, or selected playlists, albums etc. After selecting your choice, click on ...


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Since iOS 8.4, you can play songs in sequence by clicking on the 1st song; when the song title is showing at the bottom, drag it up and you will see the controls. Unlock the shuffle button by clicking on it.


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I found a large (140,040 KB) file named "iTunes Library Genius.itdb" in my iTunes music folder. I tried to view it but it is all non-printable characters. I think the Genius information is stored locally.


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There's an option in the menus to force an update of the iCloud Music Library: File > Library > Update iCloud Music Library. This caused a spinner to appear in the upper right-hand corner of iTunes and, once it disappeared, all my formerly-unavailable tracks were now available in my iCloud Music Library for streaming from my other devices. There ...


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These might be duplicates. Sometimes a track is part of two albums (like a "best of" album for example). Failing that, sign out, sign back in and re-sync the library (IIRC from the account menu in iTunes).


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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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The music is synced from the computer and the iPhone is just mimicking the computers library. Once these changes have been made on the computer you will need to sync the iPhone with the computer again. The reason why there is not a solution on the phone is from the user interface not including an editing option for metadata, which is what is being changed ...


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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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I typically don't uncheck tracks, but when I do, it's typically because I've ripped an entire CD, and there are tracks that I don't think I will want to hear, except on rare occasions. If I wasn't completely pedantic about having everything I own in my library, I'd probably just delete those tracks, but I don't want to have to dig the CD out of a box and ...


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http://www.macworld.com/article/1049828/listenonly.html may be out of date of course ... this link takes you to an article that seemingly explains how to do what the OP requires ... Make sure you can see the iTunes window, specifically the Source column, along with the song you wish to listen to. Hold down the Option key and drag the song file into ...


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No UK cards are valid for UK accounts, it won't work on US account. Your friend can use PCGameSupply; it's what I use for my US account when I'm not in US. You can buy cards for almost any country, and it's digitally delivered.


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When you have an iPod touch the best alternative of itunes is Waltr by Softorino. This app transferes music from Mac&PC to your iOs devices within just a couple of seconds. It is very simple to use as well. All you have to do is - drag and drop. Its interface is also very nice. Check out their website, im sure itll help you http://softorino.com/waltr


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Only the first generation did what you're suggesting. I was very disgruntled to learn that newer (HD) AppleTV incarnations did away with this feature. I have hundreds of TB of shows and it's annoying as hell to scroll through a list of multiple seasons, rather than a list of shows. Your only real option is to number each episode (ex. 1-100) then select all ...


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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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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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You ALSO have to go to, on your iPhone, Settings-->Music-->Turn off iCloud Music Library, I also turned off "Show Apple Music" for good measure.


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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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Safe to do this… C:\Users\Alex\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer ..\Logs\CrashReporter – 300 M Delete contents of - \Logs & \CrashReporter but to be on the safe side, preserve the folder hierarchy, just in case it wouldn't auto-recreate if needed. C:\Users\Alex\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\MobileSync ..\Backups – 24.5 GB ...


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So, nobody else has an answer to this question - i will now post this as an answer. 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 does not work anymore. I'm very interested in a solution for this ...


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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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At the moment it doesn't appear to be possible to get or set properties on music played through Apple Music. However you can heart a track that is stored locally or played from your iCloud Music Library. tell application "iTunes" set loved of current track to true end tell


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You can make iTunes detect duplicate songs by going to View -> Show Duplicate items and delete your duplicate songs from here. If some of the songs you have haven't been downloaded for offline play, you can also click in View -> Only Music Available Offline to show only the songs that you've downloaded on your system.


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Syncing your iOS device to iTunes will not necessarily remove music from it. You can delete it directly from the device going to Settings > General > Usage > Manage Storage (under Storage)> Music, slide the first item "All Songs" to the left and press "Delete".


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In my case it was an mp4 file. So, i pressed right mouse on the file in Itunes, and selected to Create ACC version. After this, I deleted the mp4 file. Then, I could right mouse, get info, and manually add my artwork.


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Activating Apple Music also turns on iCloud Music Library, that is why your music was pushed to the cloud. If you didn't erase your local music, I can't find any mention of iTunes iCloud Library having that function (I'm thinking of iPhoto iCloud Library and it's space optimisation function). You are not required to be connected to internet to listen to ...


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I've not tested this on a huge hierarchy of nested folders, but assuming you use List view, giving you the opportunity to Opt/click the reveal arrow & then select all - The Finder since Yosemite has a built-in Search & Replace for file names. Right click, Rename [n] items… I just tested on some recipe text files I intentionally added accented ...


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If you go into Preferences > General there's two things that you need to uncheck to disable Apple Music. Show Apple Music iCloud Music Library For the Connect Menu, you can do this by going into Preferences > Parental and checking the Apple Music Connect tickbox. Now I'm not entirely sure what ticking the Internet Radio box does in Preferences ...


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One thing that you could do is try turning the iCloud Music Library on and off in iTunes Another is by going into iTunes and signing in and out of your Apple ID. This is normally located around the top right corner of the iTunes window. This guide details some other options (including the ones I've already mentioned) to remedy your issue.


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XLD (X Lossless Decoder) is a very well-regarded encoder/decoder, that's quite easy to use. It comes with both a GUI and command-line version. It reads/writes ALAC, FLAC, MP3, Ogg, and many other formats. Source code is available.


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So I figured what was the problem. First of all its not family sharing but new Apple music which is in the cloud now and prevents from downloading songs from iTunes to your iPhone. So if you go to Settings --> Music and disable Show Apple music it restores the ability to transfer songs in old fashion from iTunes. See attached screenshot.


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The email is spam. You can check if you have a credit card linked by opening iTunes and going to iTunes Store → Account (right sidebar), authenticating and looking at the payment method section.


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You could try this really old hint to Make iTunes 6 accept non-native video formats, which explains how it used to be possible to add .AVI and other formats that iTunes does not support natively to its video library by using the Saving As… command and creating a small reference .MOV movie. iTunes did accept these reference movies in its library, while it ...


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To remove the hearts, you can open iTunes > Preferences > General and set "Ratings" to be "Stars".


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Apple Music is baked into the current version of iTunes and you can't really "uninstall" it. That said there is an option to minimize its impact: in iTunes > Preferences > general un-check "Show Apple Music" I don't use Apple Music either and after reading this post (loopinsight.com, July 22, 2015), I'm glad I never did as Apple Music seems to be a bit ...


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The history of your calls and messages will be stored in your device but in an encrypted manner which even apple doesn't share or record them in iCloud. So FaceTime and iMessage are safe. But if you give your Apple ID and password to someone else, than can have a hand over the messages. So you can protect them by enabling Two step Verification for your ...


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If you can replace the hard drive from your iPod classic with another hard drive from another iPod classic 120GB, then you should be fine. The OS will automatically be on there. If not, it'll download automatically through iTunes. The same case happens if the replacement hard drive has an older version of the firmware.


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This worked for me Download the latest version of iTunes for your Mac or PC. Install it and log in with your Apple ID. If it presents the terms and conditions for Apple ID, accept them and follow the instructions on the screen.


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Actually, according to this Apple Music support page, lossless formats will NOT be preserved in the cloud: "Songs encoded in ALAC, WAV, or AIFF formats will be transcoded to a separate temporary AAC 256 Kbps file locally, before they're uploaded to iCloud." Meanwhile, the Apple Music product description states that they "compare every track in your ...


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This article seems to agree with what you have been told How to check the status of your songs The key point states: You use iTunes Match or Apple Music, or both. This status means that Apple has scanned and uploaded the track to its servers; when you re-download it, it'll show up in its original format—128kbps mp3, 256kbps AAC, however you uploaded it. ...


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So as it turns out the battery connector is damaged. I found this video that explains step by step on how to resolve this issue.


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iTunes treats tracks now the same way it treated tracks before the introduction of Apple Music: you can't put a song into a playlist unless it's in your music library. Before Apple Music, this was common sense; how could you have a song in a playlist if you don't even have it in your library? If you absolutely need this behavior, Spotify as an alternative ...


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I've observed this issue with several iPod Touch devices (one V1, one V4). It only started for me when I moved my music files from my main PC HDD to a Wi-Fi connected NAS. My workarounds are as follows: I don't copy more than one album at a time (manually manage music). I wait for the previous copy to finish before starting a new one. When I do get ...


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If you just want to prevent it from launching, running sudo chmod 000 /Applications/iTunes.app should do the trick. Needs to be repeated after every OS X/iTunes update, but this also applies for any solutions involving removal of standard applications. PS: Just to put things into perspective as far as disk space is concerned: root@Mithos:/Applications$ ...


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rm -f -r /Applications/iTunes.app removed it for me along with Chess, Game Centre, Photo Booth & Stickies. You have unload the ituneshelper app first (use activity monitor), I didn't need to as I delete the unnecessary OS X garbage immediately after launch. It is untrue that it is required by OS X, it is only by required by Apple to sell you stuff. ...


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Uninstalling iTunes is not supported by Apple. Dragging it into the trash and trying to delete the trash will give you a "iTunes can't be modified or deleted because it's required by OS X" message. Even if you do it manually, it will come back with operating system updates; and you may break certain things like some file associations and iPhone ...


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Select Songs from the list you want to shuffle. Select any song in that list to start playback. Enable shuffle mode, disable repeat. (click the mini player at the bottom of the screen and you will see the option to shuffle)



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