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I had just this problem myself, i loaded an compilation and it dumped the songs outside of the album. It is really easy in itunes. Select the song you want, click file in the top bar of itune and scroll down to "get info". Form here you can easily edit the tags, and album artwork. If you click the album alome you can alter its tags but not touch the songs in ...


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Use the following code in AppleScript, select the files you want to change, and run. You can reuse the code for updating other information such as 'composer' or 'comment' by changing 'description' below. tell application "iTunes" set sel to selection if sel is not {} then repeat with this_track in sel try tell this_track to set ...


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You have to copy the music from the other computer (by flash drive or from a backup disk) iPhones and iPods are doesn't allow to transfer music from device to computer


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Non-purchased music files [CD rips etc] are on your computer [right now, the wrong computer], which syncs to the phone. Going back the other way - iPhone to iTunes - requires a 3rd party app, iTunes will not do it. This is ostensibly to at least slow down the illegal sharing of music, if not prevent it entirely. If you Google, you will find a million ...


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There's no way to do this natively without playlists or queuing, but Picky (https://appsto.re/us/e-uOD.i) can do it.


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Changed again, or possibly back, in iOS 9.3: http://www.mcelhearn.com/how-to-rate-songs-in-the-ios-9-3-music-app/


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@SteveMoser is not incorrect, it's also the star rating that you've given a song/disc. While listening to a song, tap the artwork. From there you can give it 0-5 stars. The stars will show-up next to the song, like in your image.


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Looks like it indicates a song's popularity. @rjonesy It's an indication of the song's popularity in the iTunes Store. https://twitter.com/AppleSupport/status/720277245865107457


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Rather than tapping the title of the song, tap the album cover while the song is playing. There, the five dots to rate the song will appear.


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I was having the same problem on my 4s and came up with this: First, go to Settings > Music > and enable "Show Apple Music". Second, start the song playing and then click on the 3 small horizontal lines displayed to the right of the song. "Delete This Song" magically appears. Then just delete, confirm and it's gone!! Finally, go back into Settings > Music ...


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The new Jam Session app I just distributed allows to do exactly that and much more: http://www.jamsession.in It allows to select a number of tunes from the user's library and then play them without gaps of silence between them. The next version shall also allow to handle several playlist and some one in the future also tuen the BPMs of the selected tunes - ...


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i just erased all data on my iPhone and restored it through iCloud. The songs that had been removed long ago finally left my phone. I suppose this is a solution but i really hope i wont have to do this too often.



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