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This issue has little to do with an iPod Nano but has to do with MP3 settings for the MP3 in iTunes. To change a plain MP3 to a podcast, open up iTunes, select the MP3 then select Get Info on the MP3, select Options & then look at the Media Kind list. One of the Media Kind options is Podcast so just select that and then copy the newly modified MP3 file ...


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If you want to know how to transfer music from computer to iphone, follow the steps below: Step 1: Open the software Step 2: Access your device (iPhone/iPod) in the software Step 3: Navigate to /private/var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/ on your iOS device Step 4: You’ll see a folder called Music Step 5: This is the folder you should copy. If you open this and ...


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Grooveshark is a music service à la Spotify and Pandora, with the key feature that you can play any song on demand and to build a playlist in advance. You can then broadcast the music playing as a station others can tune in to using Grooveshark as well.


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Here is the way to help you to solved the problem that iPhone won't sync with iTunes: 1.Reboot the iPhone 2.Restart the computer 3.Try a Different USB Port & USB Cable 4.Sync iPhone with iTunes via iPhone Transfer -Run iPhone Transfer and connect your iPhone -Sync iPhone files to iTunes You can choose one of the three methods to sync iPhone with ...


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You can do a manual 'backup' of your existing iTunes library to a separate drive, which then gives you the capacity to restore the library later: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1751 It's also possible to leave the library version intact and just move the audio files. iTunes marks missing tracks with an exclamation mark. If you try to play a track that has ...


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Many users have reported this problem with syncing music on iOS 8. The following steps can be taken to Sync the music back onto your iPhone. • Uncheck “sync music” in iTunes • Delete Music (General > Usage > Manage Storage) • Re-check “sync music” • Sync


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I've had the same problem and just figured out that I didn't have the "Use Cellular Data" option turned to "ON" under "iTunes & App Store" in Settings. Once I switched it to "ON", all of my "waiting" music immediately started to download. Hope that helps you!


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It seems that there is currently no other way to make this work, other than the workaround solution posted in the question above. To restate the solution: '' I can put the remix artist as the "Album Artist". This way the original artist's name is preserved, but the remix will sort under the remix artist's name. However, (and maybe I'm just being way too ...


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There are couple of young coders who met at 2013 WWDC after getting a scholarships from Apple who had the same idea you describe. They brought out an app called Audibly Description Audibly plays your music in sync across nearby iOS devices. Just choose the songs you want, link up some devices, and you're ready to go. Hanging out with ...


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They are referring to the "Purchased" under the "Quick Links" section on the right of the iTunes Store Home Page. Once you do this "Songs of Innocence" will be added to your "Purchased" playlist on the left.


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It is confusing because it says it is already downloaded to your "Purchased" folder in itunes but I couldn't find it there. Eventually I found it sitting in the "Recently Added" folder. Just click the cloud icon to download it to your library.


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In the Apple support forums I found that if you log out of your AppleID on the iPhone (settings / iTunes & App Store) and log back in, you can sync again from iTunes and those purchased songs will now get synced with the iPhone again.


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I had the same problem in iTunes on the Mac. To "resolve", I logged out of the store in iTunes. After this, the "purchased" label on the album turns to "free" and allows you to download the album including the booklet.


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Apple calls the area in the storage of an iOS device containing media (music, video) for the built-in apps to play the iPod library. iOS provides an interface that App Store apps can call to use the iPod library, but this is basically limited to playback and search. Other than that, apps' access to storage is restricted by sandboxing. From Apple's "iOS ...


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I'm a big fan of iSyncr. I was regretting having all of my music in iTunes until I found it, but now syncs are painless. I'm Mac, but the app is completely cross-platform. It's got my vote, FWIW.


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Download and install the iTunes to android Sync-Windows on your your computer. Description Requires: iTunes+Windows not for mac users Synctunes wireless syncs an iTunes libray from Windows to android. It allows you to sync your iTunes music, podcasts and videos from your iTunes library on windows to to your android device over WiFi. Features: From ...



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