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You can use BetterTouchTool to set Your custom keyboard shortcuts and many more. It's free! Here's an example:


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The fantastic thing with iExplorer is that it not only transfers and imports your media data into iTunes but also imports the playlists. And you can access all data, even the preferences files from the apps. And you can make backups on your own on app basis if you like. :) Great software, fully worth the ~ 35 dollars.


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I've used PhoneView a couple times and I love it. It would do this for you. http://www.ecamm.com/mac/phoneview/


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iTunes can't, but some third-party App let you transfer music from iOS device. For example, iExplorer 3 app specializes in this and makes iTunes media transfers incredibly quick and easy. It has an Auto Transfer feature which will rebuild your entire iTunes library from any iDevice in a single, one-click transfer and include your playlists, play counts, ...


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The iTunes Store is separate from the App Store - it should have its own icon this is from an iPhone but they should look similar… As you discovered, iTunesU is for education - see https://www.apple.com/education/ipad/itunes-u/


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You can see music thats specifically downloaded to your device, and only that music by going to: Settings > Music You will see an option for 'Show All Music' Turn this off. This will not delete any songs in iCloud nor change any other settings in your device or delete accounts related to iCloud or iTunes Match, this simply does what your requesting, only ...


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Direct answers to your questions… Yes - though that's it's 'masked' address not it's actual location. Real location is C:\Users\[myName]\Music\ Yes. You can dupe the library.xml file & change the hard-coded paths to the new location, then import. Simple, but time-consuming. Another downside to that method is that once you have separated the ...


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For those using a Windows-based machine with iTunes, you'll want to press CTRL + SHIFT + DEL to delete the songs you've selected from your playlist. I hope this helps.


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If you are sending audio from a Mac or PC this is very doable using the Rogue Amoeba product AirFoil: http://www.rogueamoeba.com/airfoil/speakers.php It doesn't go over bluetooth, but WiFi similar to AirPlay - but it might be the closest you can get without jailbreaking iOS. I don't know of a specific jailbreak mod, but it's not something iOS/OS X does ...


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The difference in sound quality between iTunes resolution and CD resolution is night and day on a decent stereo system. With iPod and stock earbuds less noticeable.


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Contrary to the other answer, the current version of dropbox supports playback of MP3 files. Starring a file, i.e. marking it as a favorite, will download it to you device and make it available offline, so you will be able to listen to it without an Internet connection. Mega also supports playing MP3 audio on IOS and offers a bit more free space than ...


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It looks like this is somewhat of a missing feature from all the various music players I can find. It has been discussed in several other threads over the years (and through many versions of iOS) and no one seems to have a solution: https://discussions.apple.com/message/23287490#23287490 https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4385600?start=0&tstart=0 :( ...


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You might need to isolate the problem further. Syncing with iTunes will rebuild the iTunes database files and potentially correct artwork problems. playing new content might show that the existing content is in some way corrupt. backing up the device and erasing all content and settings might be a more drastic step to get a clean song or two. If that ...


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I had the same problem: smart playlist hidden on the iPhone, but fixed playlist (not the smart ones) correctly synchronized. In my smart playlist, i put a condition like "playlist not 'xxx'". While working on my pc, where the xxx playlist contains already downloaded files, it did not work on the iPhone, because the mobile has no clue how to handle the ...


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I just wanted to say that I have exactly the same problem. My music file is 2:10 and in the exported movie it always stops after 1:04... Maybe it's a bug? A possible workaround could be to add the audio file in imovie.



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