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As John Ramos said, you should sync your iPhone with iTunes on your computer, at which point you should have the option to sync audiobooks but not music.


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On your Apple TV, go to Settings → Accounts → iTunes and App Store → Password Settings. In the section labeled Purchases And In-App Purchases choose the Require Password option. Now set your preferred level of protection to Never. You can also choose to be reminded to Always enter password for purchases or After 15 Minutes. Also select Require Password ...


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You can: Send your partner the music files online (such as email) Burn the files to a CD and transfer it to the other computer Copy it to a thumb-drive and transfer it to the other computer iTunes should automatically open the music files. If it does not, (I'm assuming your PC is a Windows PC) right click the file, select 'Choose default program', and ...


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I have been searching for the same answer when I came across your question and have also gone round in circles! Nobody takes note of the third sentence of your third paragraph! As you've had no reply I don't know if the following is any help. I noticed a remark in passing on one website a comment which suggests that Settings > Music > Join Apple Music ...


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Reset your Phone and will work fine, this is the official solutions if is happen to not work your phone. when will make factory reset your device work normally.


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There's a nice tool from Doug Scripts which shows a floating window with all lists assigned to the selected song. http://dougscripts.com/itunes/scripts/ss.php?sp=showinplaylists


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As far as I know, iTunes doesn't support synced lyrics for music (they do for video.) If, however, you do want to import simply the raw lyrics, you could reformat the .lrc as plain lyrical text then add it under the "Lyrics" section of any given song. It might be possible to script it as well. First, let's understand the .lrc file format. In essence, it's ...


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That's a good solution for what you are trying to do. To answer you actual question, you can ctrl-click (or right-click) on the song and select "Show Playlists" and it should show you the playlists the song is on.


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There is no way to automate this functionality in iTunes today. To do so, the system would need to know how many songs were in each album and that isn't immediately available. Plus, what if you have an album with twelve songs and you only have eleven, but you still want it in the list. Or what about singles that have only one or two songs. Are these ...


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I had this problem for a while, figured out how to fix it, i created a playlist on my iphone, when i go to drag songs into my ipod i drag them into the playlist which throws them onto the phone and the playlist (not a big deal) and boom, every song I re-tried and every single one is now on my iphone. Hopefully this works for everyone else.


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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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