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There is now an entire album of songs about OS X and iOS development. The album is Backtrace. It contains all of the James Dempsey and the Breakpoints songs listed above plus additional materials. It's available now on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/backtrace/id926558924?uo=4&at=11lpkp&ct=11 I hope you enjoy it!


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You don't need to reset your phone to factory settings. There is an easy way to reset the duplicate songs in your iTunes library. Here you can follow the steps below to achieve it: Download Music Cleanup For Mac and run it on your computer. Click "Start Scan" and all music in your iTunes library will be loaded to the program. Click "Duplicated Songs" and ...


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I downloaded Tunebox, it was $4.99. It doesn't allow you add songs to "Music" but it does allow you to play songs from your Dropbox when your device is offline or in airplane mode. It works for what I needed.


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I have found a solution or an answer to my own question, so I thought I'd share it with everyone else. Everyone who has the same problem or who wants to know how to do this, check out the application called SoundBunny. You have to pay for it but there is a demo version. It might be worth noting though that it doesn't seem to work with USB/Firewire audio ...


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I was once annoyed with duplicate songs in my iTunes library. Luckily I found a professional tool to delete them all at a time. Here you can follow the steps below to achieve it: Download Music Cleanup and run it on your computer. Click "Start Scan" and all music in your iTunes library will be loaded to the program. Click "Duplicated Songs" and you will ...


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In iTunes on your computer you will need to select what music you want to sync. When the phone it plugged into iTunes, and the phone is selected in the sidebar (you may need to select the menu item "View" -> "Show Sidebar") one of the options beside the "Summary" of the phone is for "Music" where you can set exactly which playlists, artists, albums, and ...


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Landscape in the iOS Music app will show the grid view of your music. To exit, rotate your device to portrait.


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I had the same problem and think I found the answer (without having to plug the iPhone to a computer). Go to iTunes Store > Music. Scroll right down to the bottom. You'll find a "Purchased" tab. Click on it and then click on "Recent Purchases" and download.


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Bmike above said that when he touched his, it got rid of the problem. if it's true for you as well OP, try touching the base and a brick wall or something, or lick your fingers and wipe the bottom with them a little. for any other solutions look up how to get rid of static electricity on google.


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I had this problem and through asking google I figured out a solution. Your best bet (it worked for me) is to go to your iTunes, sync your iPhone and then go to music. Once you are at the music tab, you want to uncheck the "Sync Music" at the top (this will get rid of all of the music without album covers, it will be okay I promise). Then you want to sync ...


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This issue has little to do with an iPod Nano but has to do with MP3 settings for the MP3 file itself 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 ...


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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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