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I tried it myself, and found out, that the playlist in same folder that stores the epubs has informations about the book series. There are the metadata seriesTitle and seriesSequenceNumber set. But unfortunately changing it there does´t make Ibooks to list books as series. Also setting Metadata in the e-book itself saying series Title and ...


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If you do not have the password for an iCloud account, and also do not have the means to reset it via appleid.apple.com page, then you can't do anything with that iCloud account. Also, it seems you have a couple of issues: iTunes not recognising your iPhone? PD: Why would you want to backup everything to an iCloud account you can no longer access?


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My friend who encountered same problem mentioned he just re-booted the Mac and the problem wnet away, you could give it a shot.


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The problem I had was the lightning cable. I changed the cable and the problem was solved.


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Home Sharing is a method to share music directly between Mac's on a local network authenticated with the same iTunes account. Family Sharing is the method for sharing purchases made through iTunes or App Store by a defined group of iTunes accounts all using the same credit card. Share My Library is a preference in iTunes that allows local network user to ...


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In some cases, books/pfd's fail to sync with iTunes. A common way to solve this is with a hard-reset of the iPod Touch. You can do so by pressing the home- and power button for 10-15 second. You can release the buttons once the iPod is shut down. Preforming this reset will have no effect on your settings and data on the iPod. When this does not help, ...


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Exactly, this is how they look like:


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posting as answer only to provide picture - So, essentially, your iBooks & iTunes look like this, & Sync is checked?


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This may help to determine which app(s) are the culprit. In iTunes, I clicked on the "Apps" icon at the top left, then on "App Store" at the top, then on "Purchased" on the right hand side", then on "Not in My Library". And, lo and behold, in my case there were some apps that had the iCloud symbol, i.e., that were not present locally in my apps library. I ...


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AppCorner.it , and if you are a developer you can create your site with price drops using public API.


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Yes - just go to Country specific iTunes site and purchase the gift card as Guest (don't checkout via your iTunes account.) For example, I live in the US and I want to purchase an Ireland iTunes gift card in euros for my cousin who lives in Dublin. I would go to www.apple.com, go to the bottom right corner of the website, and select "Ireland" as my ...


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You can try restoring from the latest backup to get the photos back. To do this: Connect your iPhone to the computer Open iTunes In iTunes 11, enable the sidebar through View -> Show Sidebar Right-click on your device and press Restore from backup... Choose the latest backup and proceed. By the time the restore is done, your Camera Roll might mostly ...


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Hi I just went trough the same issue when preparing for the 2014 holiday season. Except for few exceptions, you cannot send iTunes gift to accounts in other countries. More specifically, you can send the gift but the people will not be able to redeem them. They end up stuck with a useless email. What you can do is send iTunes gift cards. These can be sent ...


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You can change the default location for the main mp3 file storage for iTunes, but not [easily] the location of the database files. It is far simpler in the long term to leave the database in its default location - C:\Users\[your name]\Music\iTunes This is also a folder you should recover from your old machine & transfer to the new one, otherwise you ...


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You could try, the windows only application, MediaMonkey (mediamonkey.com). This may help you as it used to be able to get around the itunes media controls... I have not used it for a while, so it may have changed (or Apple may have changed something to stop MediaMonkey from working as it used to). With MediaMonkey you may be able to save the music already ...


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They don't have to be the same. Sign out of iCloud in Settings and set up the new Apple ID. Then, if that Apple ID's also been applied to the stores, go to one of them, sign out, and sign back in with your store Apple ID. Source: My own experience - my iPod Touch works fine with my own Apple ID for iCloud and my family's Apple ID for the stores.


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Why bother just use the kindle app. Send to kindle allows syncing non-drm books across up to 5 devices, puts a copy in the cloud for viewing as well. It's not as nice an app, but does the trick.


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Plug your iPhone and click the device icon in the iTunes bar: Select Music on the left side bar. From there you can select whatever music you want from you library (by artist, album, etc.). Select what you want and hit Sync button in the bottom of the screen.


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Creation of Apple ID does not mean you've created an App store account, so when creating a App store account one you'll need to setup payment information either using a credit card or a debit card if you're creating an Indian Apple app store account. Payment setup is done to ease the process of buying content/apps later while using the store. The initial ...


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Posted as answer just to provide image… As douggro says, the caret at top right of the window, when in Music view, gives you the old view back. Pro Tip: if you also want the old view back when editing track info, opt/right click & Get Info.


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Settings > music > show all music - toggle to off.


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Open System Preferences→Security & Privacy, unlock the padlock if it's locked, and then in the Privacy pane click on the Advanced... button. See if you've enabled "Log out after [x] minutes of inactivity".


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You can easily create a second iTunes library when you launch iTunes by holding Option (on a Mac) or Shift (on Windows). This allows you to specify a file name and location for the new library which you can populate with whatever media you like. When you want to switch back to your regular library, just hold down the appropriate key again when relaunching ...


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Log in Apple Store using your AppleID Select Account Select Edit for the Payment type Select None.


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It sounds like you use iTunes Match? if so, did your annual subscription run out or expire? if so, you may need to pay the ANNUAL fee and turn the service back on.


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Got a new iPhone, after complaining to Apple. They wanted to charge me €250 at first, but I got it for free today. Long live US customer service :D


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You can in a round about way using the "Recently Played" playlist. You configure it the way you want, I've set it to the 5 most recent items, and then run this code... tell application "iTunes" set rp to get playlist "Recently Played" #get name of every track of rp #get name of last track of rp #set tid to get id of last track of rp ...


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The only way that iTunes automatically syncs music between computers is if you have iTunes Match enabled. This costs $29/year. If what you want is to have the music you have purchased from the iTunes Store available, you will have to download that music to your new device. If you're using iTunes 12, click the iTunes Store tab in your Music view. Then click ...


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To eliminate the songs from showing up on your IOS devices music library, go to: Settings > Music > Show All Music. Then turn this feature off. This will only show music that has been downloaded to this device.


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In Yosemite, this is now possible using only iBooks. On your iOS device (in my case an iPad 3rd Gen running iOS8), enable 'sync collections' in the settings for iBooks (within the iOS Settings app). On your Mac, create a collection and add a PDF to it. It should then appear on your iDevice.


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Open iTunes. Click the “Store" Menu Drop Down. While holding down Option click "Turn Off iTunes Match” Reboot your machine. Open iTunes. Without holding option, click the “Store” Menu Drop down again > "Turn on iTunes Match” It should now run as expected.


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I eventually tracked this down to the behaviour of one of my Powerline adapters, specifically a TP-Link TL-WPA4220. For whatever reason, multicast traffic does not appear to correctly pass through the WiFi on this device, even with the latest firmware. TP-Link have a related technical note on this, but it doesn't seem to apply to my particular device. In ...


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TouchCopy is a another good option for this, it's one of those programs I only need once in a while, but when I do need it, I find it invaluable. TouchCopy will show you music that’s on your iPod and not on your computer. Simply select that music and copy it to your iTunes. Then resync your iPod to iTunes. Pretty simple really!


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downlaod an app called tinyumbrella on your computer when its done downloading click on the question mark button on the right it will say get out of recovery mode click that and you are done


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Go back to version 9. There is no other solution for a certain type of problem. Starting with Version 10 and carrying on with 11 and 12 (the current version only recently released) all refuse to honour soft subs that were previously compatible. This type of sub is present in the m4v file on your computer but is actually stripped by itunes from the file when ...


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My answer will be short, please check this support page from Apple to troubleshoot your problem: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203170 If that doesn't work your last shot is at a service point.


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Nope it really doesn't work period. I've spent so many hours trying to sort this out with my own collection. No matter what I do itunes keeps trying to download long dead and dormant episodes I do not want or need. I have marked them as played. I have marked them so that they are not saved podcasts. I have deleted the feeds. I have performed the ...


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Unfortunately by "backing up the app" it only backs up the data the app has. You can go into your finder and locate the app and save that in another location and when you need it inport it into iTunes. Just remember to not update the app. Finder/username/music/itunes/itunes media/mobile applications


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My bet would be your keychain is corrupt. Launch Keychain Access in Applications/Utilities. From the main Keychain Access menu choose Keychain First Aid. Enter your password & then Verify. If it finds any errors, then run Repair. I've found that after that, it can still find errors to fix, so keep running verify/repair until it runs clean.


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If you are on PC, you can play around with Windows Restore and restore your computer to an earlier point. This should put the old iTunes backup in place [unless I am mistaken].


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iTunes 12 will not run on Snow Leopard; but, iTunes 11 is sufficient for a 5S running iOS8. I have that exact configuration at home; and have upgraded my iPhone 5S with no issues.


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According to EveryMac That machine can run any OS up to Yosemite. Whether it will run it smoothly or not is a different matter. Whatever the figures might say, I've never known a machine to run faster on a newer OS, with perhaps the exception of the jump from Leopard to Snow Leopard…. or the memory handling from Mountain Lion to Mavericks. I've yet to try ...


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iTunes uses the same technologies as QuickTime for playback. According to this document circa 2005, QuickTime is capable of playing 24-bit , 192kHz audio files. I think it's safe to say that iTunes is fully capable of playing these files. However, you're probably limited by the hardware in your Mac. If you open the "Audio MIDI Setup" app, you'll probably ...


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You can't tell by ear because 14/192 has no benefit over 16/44.1


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But I don't think itunes support avi file since all Apple device only accepts .mp4, .mov and .m4v videos. You'd better convert avi to mp4 or other Apple supported video format before straming via AirPlay.


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It doesnt back up everytime you charge it. Wireless syncing just means you dont need the data transfer cable, that you can do it "over the air", so the week old back ups are the legit ones


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I have the same problem. If I sync a few times, it eventually corrects itself. I am using iTunes 12.0.1 on Windows and an iPhone 4S.


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Transfers cannot be made from one Apple ID to another Apple ID. Although you can switch the store region preference for your Apple ID to select different regions and download the region specific applications. Use this guide to change the region/store.


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After home sharing has been enabled on the desired devices and the main iTunes library, open up music on your device (iPhone/iPad) Down the bottom click on 'More' and then 'Shared' and select your main library. This library then loads to your device which can be shared over your local network.



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