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I made a playlist, copied and pasted the songs from the old one, and deleted the old one. I re-synced the phone and it worked. It worked for all of them just by recreating one. This solution fixed the grey circles next to 60% of my songs. I planned to make all new playlists but started with one as a test. I chose a playlist where I had just purchased a ...


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One reason the Add Artwork button can be grayed out when selecting a song in iTunes and then Get Info, is the file does not have write permissions set. Select the song in iTunes and then right-click it, then select Show in Finder. In Finder select the file and then right-click it, then select Get Info. Under the Sharing & Permissions: does it show ...


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Use either Audio Hijack, SoundFlower, or Loopback.


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This happens when the Music app cannot connect to the internet on its first startup. Make sure the Music app can access the internet (connect to a WiFi or enable mobile data usage for the Music app in the settings). A button to skip the message will appear. Once you skip it the message won't appear a second time (at least not until you update again).


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I believe in Settings -> Music you can disable Apple Music. Perhaps that would be enough to hide the splash screen and move on. Come to think of it, the splash screen came up on my iPhone, but it asked me to log back in. It wouldn't go anywhere after putting in my credentials. I think I eventually went back and tapped the "not right now" link (or ...


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There is a NodeJS project on GitHub that does it https://github.com/nguyer/shaircast Edit: Description from the project … This is a major first world problem. shaircast solves this problem. shaircast is a super simple Node.js application that combines nodetunes and node-airtunes to take a single AirPlay stream (from your iPhone or iPad) and ...


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I've had several people ask for help with Apple Music and this has helped them - hopefully it's what you're looking for. Stars are tracked in your music library - so if you are playing songs from the cloud - it's a bug if you can input stars for tracks that are not part of your actual library. One you add a song/album to your library - the stars should be ...


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You can try with this app: Record And Listen This app solves the problem of not being able to record a video while playing music from your library. You choose a song and record a video which is automatically saved to your phone. This app is great for taking dance videos, or if you just want to continue playing your music while taking a video. Price is ...


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I perform a restore with iTunes from a previous backup and I was able to get past the screen. After the restore I hit the music App and now I am able to use it .


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You can try to download the file from your email to Mac(book). Then open iTunes (login with Apple ID if required). Then add downloaded file into iTunes library and sync with your iPhone. It worked for me. Hope this will help. 🤓


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My iPhone is running iOS 9, and things are little different from previous version of iOS and the native music app. here i want to listen to Paramore, play 1 song and then click the three dots at the end of every album/singles and select add next or play next so that it will play as you want them orderly.


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I think you should spell the artist name the same as what Apple's servers are using. In my case, I have a lots of songs by "Linkin Park" and still the artist image is the from cover of their album "Hybrid Theory". When I browse Apple Music their artist name is "LINKIN PARK" (all caps) so I renamed all my LP's songs, restarted the music app and connected to ...


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This might be an Authorization issue since this is a new computer. Open iTunes> In the menu bar select, "Authorize This Computer"> Enter your Apple ID credentials (linked with the purchases you are attempting to download) and click "Authorize".


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As you can find in the official Apple Support website, you can redownload or transfer your iTunes Store purchases from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod to a computer, without of course losing your purchase in the mobile device. I quote: If you purchased items from the iTunes Store and you've stored them on only your iOS device or iPod, you can transfer them ...


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When you say they "don't work" where exactly is this happening? Have you tried logging in directly via the apple website? Eg, (I forget the precise url, but) if you try http://cloud.me are you able to login with your old credentials there? Have you tried via alternative mediums: iTunes directly (ie not via the phone) And are you sure it's not an ...


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The iTunes Library .xml file located at ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Library.xml contains location information for your media files. I just checked and I can pull up locations (or last known locations) of all my tunes from there, even if the files themselves have been moved.


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Yes it happened to me also. After you launch the app, wait a few seconds and it will give you the option to join Apple Music, or go to your music. Click "Go To My Music" and you will be all set. If you don't see these options make sure you have an Internet connection and wait a few seconds.


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Click "GO TO MY MUSIC". If the button isn't available, maybe the app froze. Press the Home-Button twice (quickly) and slide the app to the top to force-quit it. Then reopen it.


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There is no 'official' way to pull music from any iDevice back to a computer, but there are many unofficial apps that can do it. The basic idea is that you get the music off the iDevice & into iTunes, from where you can then keep it or re-sync it to your own device. I know of no way to do this directly from phone to phone, you must have a computer as ...


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You could delete the duplicate playlist from the iPod, but the actually music files shouldn't be duplicated anyway. Nevertheless, if you would like to delete all stored music (not including what's in the cloud), you can (on your iPod) navigate to Settings > General > Usage > Manage Storage (For Device Storage, not iCloud) > Music > Edit and tap delete next ...


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This is currently impossible. You can share downloaded audio with many apps - Dropbox, Google Drive, or the one I use most often for learning music and the like, forScore. But you can't share it with iTunes. Although, songs purchased on your phone can easily (or automatically) added to the libraries of your other Apple devices via Settings - iTunes & App ...


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The only way to do it without making a playlist is to tell Siri to do it. Just say, "Shuffle country music".


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I had the same problem. There should be two buttons below the girl. One is to show Apple Music and one to go to your song library. Those two buttons disappeared in my case and somehow they appeared again. You might need to do nothing other than wait it out.


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Burning files with DRM on them to CD effectively removes the DRM, but you must make sure you are indeed burning an audio CD and not a CD filled with audio files. I think you may have missed a step in re-importing your burned music back into iTunes: delete the songs you just burned to CD. Make sure the song or any version of it is no loner in your purchased ...


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Re 'Indian store' account answer - this behaviour is by design in some other countries as well. If, after having disabled all restrictions, you still cannot see the 'Explicit' tracks, then you'll have to log on to an iTunes account of a different country. Just create one first (you can find the exact instructions re how to create an iTunes account for a ...



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