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This is currently impossible. You can share downloaded audio with many apps - Dropbox, Google Drive, or the one I use most often for learning music and the like, forScore. But you can't share it with iTunes. Although, songs purchased on your phone can easily (or automatically) added to the libraries of your other Apple devices via Settings - iTunes & App ...


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One reason the Add Artwork button can be grayed out when selecting a song in iTunes and then Get Info, is the file does not have write permissions set. Select the song in iTunes and then right-click it, then select Show in Finder. In Finder select the file and then right-click it, then select Get Info. Under the Sharing & Permissions: does it show ...


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I made a playlist, copied and pasted the songs from the old one, and deleted the old one. I re-synced the phone and it worked. It worked for all of them just by recreating one. This solution fixed the grey circles next to 60% of my songs. I planned to make all new playlists but started with one as a test. I chose a playlist where I had just purchased a ...


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There is no 'official' way to pull music from any iDevice back to a computer, but there are many unofficial apps that can do it. The basic idea is that you get the music off the iDevice & into iTunes, from where you can then keep it or re-sync it to your own device. I know of no way to do this directly from phone to phone, you must have a computer as ...


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The iTunes Library .xml file located at ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Library.xml contains location information for your media files. I just checked and I can pull up locations (or last known locations) of all my tunes from there, even if the files themselves have been moved.


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This might be an Authorization issue since this is a new computer. Open iTunes> In the menu bar select, "Authorize This Computer"> Enter your Apple ID credentials (linked with the purchases you are attempting to download) and click "Authorize".


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I've had several people ask for help with Apple Music and this has helped them - hopefully it's what you're looking for. Stars are tracked in your music library - so if you are playing songs from the cloud - it's a bug if you can input stars for tracks that are not part of your actual library. One you add a song/album to your library - the stars should be ...



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