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Not obvious at all, but: Tap My Music from bottom nav. Tap the red filter menu selection that's located roughly upper central on the screen, just below the Recently Added section. The filter menu should say Artists or Albums or Songs etc. Choose your desired filter option (Artists in this case). The list items below the filter will update. Tap the ...
Its available to me off the menu in the header. click the menu icon, then click the clock icon in the pop-up.
At the bottom of the player, there is a repeat button
Select your playlist. Tap on or drag the mini player up to display the full player. Then tap the repeat icon. If tapped twice, it will repeat the song currently played only (a tiny "1" appears on the top right side of the icon).
Found the answer! This feature is invisible and you have to know it's there. To shuffle songs within a genre in your library, do the following: Tap the "My Music" tab. Tap the selection in the divider at the top between "Recently Added" and the music list. A drop down will appear where you can select a means to sort. Select "Genre". You ...
Had you tried that ? Press Artists, then Genres.
No, It's not possible to repeat a entire playlist.
Breakaway is no longer maintained on its website, but it can still be downloaded from Sourceforge. I've associated it with the following two AppleScripts to mute the speaker and pause Spotify when the jack is disconnected, and to play Spotify when the jack is connected. Follow the instructions on makeuseof to see how to author AppleScript and connect it to ...
What you're asking, technically, can be done however not automatically. In other words you'd have to add back the songs to the Library and then manually edit the "iTunes Music Library.xml" file to restore the non-encapsulated meta data. I'd first manually restore the hierarchal folder structure as needed, that's missing, into the existing ...
In view mode click "Only Music Available Offline" all non downloaded songs disappear
I'm led to believe it's Apple's fault as they have discovered that various sources throughout the world download their music via an illegal source (i.e. YouTube to MP3 converters). If this is the method you use, then no matter how many times you right-click on a song in "My Music", click 'Get Song Info' and enter in the correct song information, iTunes ...
I've run into the same problem and I too have narrowed it down to the "playlist is xxx" criteria. Live updating works for every other criteria I have, but it doesn't like either a reference to alpha text or the reference to another playlist for some reason. This seems to be a bug with iOS 8.4, because it worked fine for me before the update. (I think it ...
I found this article which seems to have the answer... http://robservatory.com/a-nasty-little-itunesios-bug-may-be-causing-media-sync-issues/
The Applefy OS X app is pretty straightforward. Only requires OS X and iTunes. Follow the instructions from their README: Open the application and log in with your Spotify details. Select the playlist you want to transfer from the dropdown list. Press the 'Save Playlist' button. Navigate to your home folder and there will be a folder called ...
It would be great to have file-access to iDevices, there appears to have been a lot of work done to make this difficult or nearly impossible from proprietary cords on up to inscrutable DB's. It seems unfair to pay so much for the products yet have such a trivial thing as open file access blocked so thoroughly and with such malicious intent! This, not just st ...
Today I suddenly understand... I cannot add these missing files because I have already them in other albums. Maybe it's a big problem for someone, but I just delete albums that are "no so good" and keep "that really rock". So problem solved! Thanks for watching!
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