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You can transfer files to her computer via an external hard drive, from there she can import them into her iTunes, then onto her iPad. She should really back it up though.


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I downloaded "eddy" today. It works great. Select edit then choose which file from dropbox to download. Once they are downloaded you can play them back when offline.


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i had the same problem where even though i click yes for it to erase everything so i could resync my iphone none of the music was removed from my phone as it was removed from my itunes. i went to settings - general - usuage - waited for my apps to load - chose music - edit and then deleted....took 2 times for it to work. then i was able to freshly sync my ...


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Beat Music Player is free at the moment and uses a double tap anywhere on screen to start/stop music LeechTunes LT is also free and a single tap starts/stops playback (there is a paid version as well)


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The CarTunes Music Player app does what you need - there are no buttons, just taps and swipes for all music controls. Tapping is play/ pause, swiping is next/ previous track etc. Even volume can be adjusted by holding and dragging up/ down. The app is not free at the moment but does fluctuate in price and is sometimes even free, as can be seen in the App ...


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To get lossless on two computers when using match you just need: connect to the shared iTunes on the second computer make sure that you don't have local copies of the tracks (little cloud icon by the name) import tracks that are lossless. It looks like you will create a second version of each track, but in fact ultimately iTunes sorts itself out and ...


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Go to Settings → Cellular (Mobile) and switch Music off.


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Turn off sync and select all songs from library, then drag&drop to your device.


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Open up iTunes Highlight "Music" in the Sidebar Click on "View" in the Menu Bar (that will open a drop-down menu) Go down the drop down menu and click on "Show Music in the Cloud" Your songs/albums will now be visible.


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I had the same problem go to settings>music>show all music and slide the button over. Hope this helped!


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Any app that plays songs from the device library can read song title, artist, album and a lot more, this is included in the Apple Framework. Lyrics can be read as well, so long as they are included in the meta data of the song file. Most songs don't include this information, so the lyrics meta data is empty. The only other way to get the lyrics is to load ...


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The circle means the song exists on the device but does not exist in your current iTunes library. You need to either import them again from CD into your library or transfer them from your device.


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From this article: Music encoded as 256kbps AAC files first came to the iTunes Store in 2007 with the launch of Apple's iTunes Plus. That marked the debut of DRM-free music tracks encoded at a higher quality bitrate that Apple claims is virtually indistinguishable from the original recordings. As of 2007 the audio files sold in the iTunes store have ...


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Yes. You can transfer all data from your old iPad to your new one with a backup, either with iCloud or iTunes on your computer. There is probably not enough space to backup to iCloud, but if you back up to a computer with iTunes, and then plug your iPad Air into that computer, it will ask if you want to set it up from the backup of your old iPad.


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You can use the free application iFunBox for Mac or Window (http://www.i-funbox.com/) to access the files on your iPhone from your new computer and simply copy the music files to your new computer.


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You are looking for iTunes Match. It's a $24.99 a year add-on that will allow you to d/l from iTunes anything you ripped to your iTunes library. I don't think it works tho from just music already on the phone, it has to be ripped to your library using iTunes. https://www.apple.com/itunes/itunes-match/


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After googling a while finally I came up with the solution. The file /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.iapd.plist seems to track external devices connected to the iphone. If this file is removed, these devices cannot be selected by Airplay. I'm not sure which are the implication of removing that file and if I restore it, the Airplay functionality would ...


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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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By default it will shuffle it, you may have better luck asking Siri to play a playlist instead.


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Have you checked the Control Center for Airplay devices? Normally all Audio capturing devices are listed there. You can check by opening Control Center (swipe up from the bottom) while connected. Now there should be an Airplay Icon and some text "AirPlay". I'm not really sure where exactly it is on an iPhone 4S, I believe somewhere at the bottom. Tap on the ...



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