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Generally the iCloud symbol in your library means the file has yet to be downloaded, therefore it's absence also generally means that the file has been downloaded and is locally present. Try downloading the ones with iCloud symbols then doing your transfer. If I am misinterpreting this and you can't transfer the files at all, whilst your iPad is connected ...
iTunes is the Master, the phone is the Slave. Music only transfers one way, from iTunes to the phone [aside from iTunes Match or music purchased from iTunes Store]. I'm afraid, unless you had a backup somewhere, the music's gone. Re: your edit. That's your backup, then. You need to see if you can get the data off the old drive.
No, it's too late. You can't recover music from iPhone...
Actually you can with the help of itunes. Add songs into iTunes library and connect your new phone with computer, and then transfer the musis songs to it. But you need make sure these songs are accepted by your phone, what I means is they are M4A file type, otherwise, they cannot be added into either iTunes or your phone.
There's a kind of easy way to solve this as I found out recently. All it involves is using the same credit/debit card details on both iTunes accounts. Yes, a little bit of a nuisance and there's no logic at all as why it would be this way but it solved it for me with my Macbook that I share with my daughter. 2 separate Apple ID's and 2 separate iTunes match ...
Turns out it was the jailbreak Activator tweak from Ryan Petrich. When I uninstalled it, I can go to full volume again.
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