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Hey I have faced the same problem, and I did not get the correct answer. But after some hit n trail I got the solution: Right Click on playlist from left panel >> select Add to Up Next option. Enjoy


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How about creating a Smart Playlist (File->New->Smart Playlist...)? You might set it up to Match Any, with a couple of rules: 1) Artist/contains/"Adventure Club" and 2) Album Artist/contains/"Adventure Club". (Without the quotes.)


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As noted in a PDF released by Apple, there is a java tool to export the data from iTunes connect. This is to compensate the absence of API for iTunesConnect.


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Mine was relaunching immediately, so I had to quit iTunes while holding down command-option and held them down 'til it's inevitable relaunch. The dialog for iTunes safe mode came up, and iTunes launched. I quit iTunes. It didn't restart. I opened it again (not in safe mode) and quit and it doesn't relaunch anymore. Evidently, launching in safe mode forced ...


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Sounds like it may be Restrictions which is in: Settings -> General -> Restrictions if this is off, check if everything is turned ON for cellular: Settings -> Cellular -> Use cellular data for If everything is ON, then it could be a type of profile installed for blocking these apps at: Settings -> General -> Profiles Remove what you don't ...


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Try the usual 'turn it off and on again' things first. Turn on "Stay Connected" in the Remote app's setting Try switching your wireless channel, frequency, or both.


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Yes, as you said yourself you need a simcard to activate them. But afterwards you can use them "just Wi-Fi" without any problem. Sorry I can't write any longer answer, this is just as it is.


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If all your music is deleted locally, then go to Settings => Music => Show All Music and uncheck the box. This will hide all music including the purchased one stored in the cloud.


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Your content that is stored on the cloud (apps, music from iTunes Store, etc.) can all be retrieved from the cloud as long as you use the same Apple ID to connect to the Store. Other content from other services (e.g. Kindle books in the Kindle app) can similarly be downloaded from their providers. Only content that was copied manually (e.g. synced from ...


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You can't! What I do is either "Quit iTunes" or delete the tract (I only delete if I already have the song on a DVD; I can add it back to my library at a later date). iTunes is not user friendly. I use it sparingly.


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Yes it will restore your photos from your camera roll Source: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH12519?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US


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I've pinpointed this to be mail related - specifically the time duration you're syncing mail. I use exchange for work mail and when I had 1 month of mail sync, "other" was at 5.5gb. I changed that to be 1 week sync and it dropped to .5 gb. Don't know if icloud or gmail are affected as well but it appears to be an issue with the default iphone email app. ...


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You have to combine both answers posted here. Configure ControllerMate as described by Luke for your program of choice and apply the Play Button iTunes Patch mentioned by Stephen. Then you can control your app of choice by using a headphone remote control without starting iTunes.


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No you cannot. I resorted to every resource and i don't know why but it seems that win8.1 messes up the partition (ExFAT) rendering it unusable beyond repair... either that or Mavericks messes it up when copying itunes backup to it...


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I don't know how but, my 4s was 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 was already out. however i had the 7.1.1 firmware and held shift to select it and somehow it allowd me to restore to 7.1.1 without giving me errors to update to 7.1.2.


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I figured this out. There's a global "Delete Played Episodes" option in the Settings app under Podcasts. Rather than being a default setting, that is overridden by specific settings per podcast (as one would expect), this is a gobal override that renders totally ineffective any per-podcast settings. With no indication anywhere inside the podcast player ...


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I would suggest you download and install a fresh copy of iTunes and report back. Before doing that, though, I suggest you create new user account on the iMac and see if iTunes hangs up when you plug in the phone. If there is no problem, then perhaps something is wrong with the iTunes preference files for your account. Lastly, you might want to sign out of ...


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I had to change to the ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library directory and then use the following command to remove the cache: rm -r iPod\ Photo\ Cache/ Use the tab expansion feature of the shell to get the above command line quickly by typing rm -r iP + [tab] to expand the command line.


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It is this process behind it: gkbisd[256]: Unable to collect cdhash for /Applications You will need to disable this in your dameons, Apple introduced a bug with 10.9.4 mainly that bug is this process, which is screwing up the keychain of passwords.


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In my iPhone 5S Gold I Found at below location Settings --> General --> Usage -->Manage Storage --> Music Go All Music --> Now click on Edit Finally click on Music it will show Delete Button --> Click again to Remove. It will remove entire music files on your device.


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You can use the same folder for Mac and Windows versions of iTunes. I would recommend use the exactly same version though. Here is more info on how use it through the network: http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20070424081346722. It's the same logic, but you will be using the same local folder instead a network shared one.


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Just found this which points to part of the answer: http://www.macworld.com/article/2057971/sync-contacts-and-calendars-with-your-iphone-via-itunes-not-in-mavericks-you-dont.html Sync contacts and calendars with your iPhone via iTunes? Not in Mavericks you don't There may be more than 200 new feature in OS X Mavericks, the latest version of the Mac OS. ...


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Run iTunes on your computer Drag and drop your mp3s to the open iTunes window - this will add the songs to your iTunes library Connect the iPhone to your PC Click on the iPhone button once it appears in iTunes Go to the Music tab once you entered into your iPhone in iTunes Check the "Sync music" and "Entire music library" options as described in the first ...


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There are (at least) two simple ways of achieving this: Select the songs in iTunes and drag them to a folder in the Finder. Copy said folder to the other computer (via WiFi, external drive, Disk Target Mode, whatever). Drag files out of folder and drop on iTunes. iTunes Match. For a cost of $25 per year, you can store all your music in iCloud. Whether you ...


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I can't find a way for iTunes to do it, but i have had success with BPMer


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As it turned out, Apple does not provide an option to auto sync/copy previously created notes for Notes app to iCloud in order to sync to other iDevice. From this doc: "In Notes on your iOS device or Mac, verify that your notes are not stored in a local folder. Example: On My iPhone or On My Mac. If you have notes in these folders, you will need to copy or ...


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You should be able to click the present option or give to a friend or whatever it is called. You pay, so it works without any problem. Why would you think using a prepaid card like that does not work? It's a great method used worldwide by people who don't have a credit card, or do not want to link them.


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Since upgrading to iTunes 11.3 I have experienced a very similar problem. Every time I refresh my podcasts, iTunes' memory/CPU usage surges, and the iTunes UI freezes up for 5-10 minutes. I haven't found a complete solution, but I have stumbled across a temporary workaround. On my system, the problem only seems to occur when I refresh podcasts while ...


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Apple provides a web interface, so you can log in to https://icloud.com and see which notes are syncing. Then once you are logged in, go to one of the devices and sign out and back in with the same Apple ID. Check that the date is correct on the device before signing back in. At that point, go to the settings app and ensure notes are synced for iCloud. ...


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Just change the extension from "m4v" to "mp4"? Because "m4v" is - if you convert a video with Handbrake - a MPEG-4 file. And the usual extension for MPEG-4 files is "mp4" and not "m4v". The question seems to be solved, but I have some questions to learn a little bit. :-) Why is Handbrake setting the video extension to "m4v"? This extension is unusual and ...


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Get any of a number of free or paid book-reading apps on your iPhone. Marvin is a good example of such a free app. On your computer, download CopyTrans Apps which is a free beta program that can add files and documents to iPhone apps Connect the iPad and let the iOS apps load in the program window Click on the Marvin app or on the reader-app you have ...


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The fact that iTunes silently skipped informing you that it did not add the videos is most probably caused because you checked the "Do not show this message again" upon the prompt the first time. Are the videos in MOV or MP4 format? You can try installing the free VLC app on your iPad and then add any video files to that app via iTunes File Sharing. ...


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The best approach is using Subler to open the m4v file and then fetch the metadata from the iTunes Store or MovieDB. Then, just save it and add it to your iTunes library. This is as automated as the process will get.


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After a back and forth between apple suport it turns out the tracks I had been trying to upload didn't have enough information. Once I added as much track info as possible to each track they eventually uploaded. Hope this helps someone else.


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Some people claim this helps: $ sudo launchctl unload /system/library/launchdaemons/com.apple.audio.coreaudiod.plist $ sudo rm -r /Library/Preferences/Audio/ $ sudo mkdir /Library/Preferences/Audio $ sudo chown -R _coreaudiod:admin /Library/Preferences/Audio $ sudo launchctl load /system/library/launchdaemons/com.apple.audio.coreaudiod.plist For me it ...


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I use to have the same problem, cause I had an account from my own home country, the country where I currently live and the US Store. What I did was delete all the applications from my iPod, iPhone and iPad. On my Mac I authorised the iTunes with all the three accounts, and then I applications that I wanted on each I synced, it asked me for a password if I ...


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The simple way to clean things up is to delete all apps you no longer want from iTunes and then carefully examine things the next time you sync. By deleting the apps you wish to no longer maintain, you can avoid updates and installs. As to the purchase history, hiding purchases and avoiding re-downloading is the only mechanism that Apple provides today to ...


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Maybe you can try to restart your computer. Sometimes, it works for me when my computer runs pretty slow. You don't know what you've run on your computer.


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It's not saying that iTunes is locked—rather that the iTunes library is preventing writing to it through permissions or ACLs. Check that you have write permission to your iTunes library.


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Shift-click the Restore button in iTunes for windows user


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I used to run a podcast long ago. My experience was, once I stopped updating, they began to be removed. I can't say with any certainty how much time has to pass. But I think Apple goes through and removes them. They're not hosted by Apple, at least they weren't then, so it's not a storage issue.


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Thought I would weigh in... I am running IT 11.2.2 I am using MBP 10.9.4 This may be a bit premature, but I believe I have found the solution to deleting podcasts permanently. Open Finder>>>Music>>>Itunes>>Podcasts Delete manually (not my favorite) Quit IT, Don't close it, QUIT it Close the lid on your LT (just like the toilet) Reopen LT, then iTunes The ...


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Actually, you're asking for the same functionality as the iPod, which picks up right where you left off when you turn it on. You'd expect the same thing from iTunes. Maybe Apple is trolling the forums and will get the hint.


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I don't think this is a problem with iTunes showing the wrong artwork because you didn't buy the music from them. It seems like they have artist artwork and album artwork. It makes sense if you have multiple albums by the same artist; which 'album art cover' should it use to represent the artist? Now if you only have one album for an artist, it does seem a ...


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You've pretty much figured it out. Just pick a consistent description to use for the Album Artist or Sort Artist and your albums will group together, while being able to preserve the artist for a specific track. The de facto standard for this seems to be calling it "Various Artists", but there's no reason you can't do whatever suits you, whether that's ...


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iTunes might be refusing to sync the tracks because they use an encoding format that it knows isn't supported on iOS devices. As an example, the iPhone 5s technical specification on Apple's website lists the supported bitrates for constant rate MP3s as "8 to 320 Kbps". If the bitrate for the files is outwith those limits that might be the cause of the ...


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Open the "Keyboard" System Preferences ("Keyboard" from spotlight) Click on the "Shortcuts" tab. Click on "App Shortcuts" in the bottom of the list on the left. Click the "+" below the list on the right and add the following shortcuts: a. iTunes, Increase Volume, fn+command+F12 (or whatever you want) b. iTunes, Decrease Volume, fn+command+F11 (or whatever ...


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Importing the MP4 files to another iPhone app (not the default Videos app but say the VLC player app for iOS). Here's an example of how it works: How to transfer GoPro videos to iPad or iPhone


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To answer your question. I have the same configuration as you. OS: Mavericks iOS: 7.1.1. Hardware: iPhone 5s and MBP Late 2013 They are both in same wifi network. This is what I did: I selected "Create Network" from the wireless icon in the menu bar. I did not specify a password. I was able to use the iPhone Remote app without failure. Since then, ...


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As far as I can tell, in iOS 7, the Music app will attempt to use the iTunes Music Store to automatically fill in metadata for tracks purchased from the Store. It seems that if you really want to have full control over your metadata, it is best not to purchase tracks from the iTunes Music Store.



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