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I had this problem several time. Just now i found a "fix" Next to the "eject" icon on your iphone-tab in tunes i found a warning exclamation mark. clicking on it sums up all the erros that happened while copying. After clicking OK - the whole copying continues.. worked for me! ;)


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Found 'Beat - Music player' from MonkeyBits, works great. Has strange controls but it's a great replacement to the rubbish apple music app (asking you on each screen to register to their music program). https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/beat-music-player/id605037069?mt=8


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Ignore all the rest of this crap, all I did was change the name of one of the songs that wasn't syncing. After I did that I hit sync and they all started syncing. Hope this works for whoever reads.


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If you want your music to be uploaded to iCloud, you must sign up for iTunes Match. Make sure you're running the latest version of OS X and iOS. (El Capitan - iOS 9 are the stable releases right now, although you can get the public beta of macOS Sierra and iOS 10). Then make sure the Apple ID you've entered in the Music App on iOS is the exact one on the ...


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After some searching, I found out that, even though the keyboard page doesn't point to these drivers, the generic USB-MIDI drivers from Yamaha work.


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I had this same problem. I spent a lot of time reading other solutions and playing around. I even considered wiping my phone's content and starting over. In my case I believe it was because I had purchased an iTunes pre-release album, downloaded those tracks, and then when the album was finally released I ended up having duplicate (purchased) tracks. ...


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I don't think there's a apple script that covers everything you are looking for. The good news: You don't have go through your library manually. There's a wonderful and lightweight application called Tune•Instructor. It gets rid of duplicate, orphaned or corrupted music files in your library. It's pretty fast and accurate. Go to the music library tab > ...


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This happened to me too (itunes 12.4.1.6-ipad 2). If you're trying to sync over wi-fi, try plugging in directly with the cable... worked for me.


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It should still be there, just with a slightly different name: Get Album Artwork.


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Sometimes songs are removed from Apple Music at the request of the artist/ publisher. If you do Get Info on a track you have a problem with, go to the File tab and see what it says for iCloud Status. If it says No Longer Available then it is as I have described above and is shown in the screenshot I have attached.


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The best way to handle an iPod Restore is to do it from iTunes. iTunes knows what it is & how to format it - it will even actually format differently depending on whether you have iTunes on a PC or Mac, to enable easier file handling afterwards. If it's a model with a lock switch at the top [red dot visible] switch the lock off first [white dot] - ...



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