I usually default to using VLC but it has one annoying (to me) limitation: playlists do not persist when you close the app. (At least, I can't find a way of overcoming this in the preferences.) I have used Cog, but after recent updates of OS X (I'm now on Mojave) it seems very flakey. So....
After a bit of a search, I've now found Pine Player ("...
If you don't mind Itunes managing your music, there is a way.
Open preferences -> Advanced
Copy your Itunes media folder location.
Open that folder in Finder.
There should be a folder named Automatically Add to Itunes.
Any file or folder you put there will automatically be visible in your library.
Hope it helps.
You would need an application which is capable of breaking Apple's DRM on the file, which may be illegal in some areas.
NoteBurner M4V Converter Plus for Mac is one such option; however, it does not work on macOS 13 and later, nor on versions of iTunes after 12.8.
There are other such programs which claim to remove DRM from iTunes movies, but I have not ...
Photos synced through iTunes won't carry over faces data. Instead, your phone will scan the library manually. It will do this in such a fashion that it doesn't interfere with your battery life.
If you haven't left it plugged in over night you certainly won't see much results
In order to start wifi syncing with a new computer, you must first attach your iPad, over your charging cable, to the computer with iTunes running. Then select 'Sync this iPad over Wifi' in the Options in the iPad Summary screen in iTunes.
To get rid of a sync 'host', you need to connect your iPad to iTunes on the host, then deselect 'Sync this ipad over ...
AFAIR there never was an official way to access data on an iPhone/iPad from macOS through Finder. It may be possible with a jailbroken device, but that's for somebody else to provide an answer on that.
There are various other ways to transfer data between iOS and macOS though:
use iCloud drive on both and store documents there
AirDrop (which, if it works, ...
In the past I was able to use iOS devices as USB drives.
You appear to be mistaken. This has never been possible without third-party software and/or jailbreaking.
It was possible to use older iPods in "disk mode" as storage devices. However, this feature was never available for the iPod Touch, nor for any version of the iPhone.
Some iOS applications ...
I have a 5th gen iPod which my Windows 10 computer quit recognizing. I tried all of the troubleshooting I could find on the internet and finally replaced the battery. And guess what? The latest version of iTunes on my computer recognizes it.
No unless you license that artwork. Contact the owner of the art to get a license.
You can’t include fonts or music or text you didn’t make and the same with art.
If you’re not sure about the law in your country start with getting a lawyer to read through the contract you signed as a developer and then work through the Apple legal page on what iTunes and ...
Before you can delete your Apple ID or change your Apple ID country or region, you must spend any Apple ID balance. You also might have to wait for any pending refunds to process. If you have less balance than the cost of a single item, contact Apple Support.
View your Apple ID balance
Change your Apple ID country or region
Had the same question, until I stumbled upon the setting by chance.
"Agreement, Tax, And Banking"
stay on the "Agreements" page
click on "Paid Apps"
You will the see a "Bank Accounts" section with an "edit" button to update your bank details
Not very intuitive, I agree that it should be under the "Banking" page and not in a sub page under "Agreements"
Thanks for checking that some of the files show up to ensure the symlink works.
The first thing I'd try is to keep your Finder window open to the time capsule folder where the backup is being written, in case some power-saving mechanism is disconnecting from the Time Capsule. Even better if you can occasionally remember to navigate around to really make ...
connect the ipod to a different computer - one with only a few songs in the library you should find the verifying message disappears and does not come back when you connect it again on the other computer
It’s in Files as of today. Just tested exporting a zip file from lumafusion for iTunes file sharing and when I go to Finder on my Mac, click on iPad, then files option, then lumafusion app...I can see the zip file. But I was only able to delete it. I could not copy it to my machine, might be a bug in the current beta. I have iPadOS and Mac OS Catalina most ...
Yes there are malware which mimic iOS window which origin isn’t clear, but all of these malware are either asking user an account and a password or providing a link to click (which link will connect the user to a booby trapped server).
No you weren’t facing a fake window in this case even if the origin of the window isn’t given. This window doesn’t try to ...
No, it's not possible to download the IPSW files for public betas of iOS/iPadOS 13. You can, however, download the IPSW of the developer betas.
To do so, you should be a registered member of the Apple Developer program enrolled into a paid membership. Once you have the paid membership, visit the Apple Developer Download page(s) below to access and download ...
I used to have this issue in the past before, and for me the cause was faulty lightning cables. Make sure you're using genuine cables from Apple and not third-party ones. This might not be the same solution for you but try it out and I hope it helps!
Yes it works. I have VISA Debit card issues by ICICI Bank in India. I bought the Apple Developer Program enrolment with that card and it was successful. I do not know about other banks. But in India and with ICICI it certainly works.
It looks like it was just a matter of time before Apple sync'd its user authentication information across services. The new iTunes login seems to work now, 1.5 days later.
It sure would have been nice to be have been notified of this when forced to change the ID, and it would have taken zero effort in the course of developing the change process.
If the backup isn’t encrypted, then the photo files themselves will be intact photo files, regardless of the missing metadata files. (An encrypted backup without the Manifest.plist and Manifest.db would be another, sadder, story.)
Decipher Backup Browser should be able to read the backup without the metadata. https://deciphertools.com/decipher-backup-...
I can't answer the part about if what is going on is fishy but I have a similar experience when I log in iTunes with a DIFFERENT account than my phone but this is apparently not your case. As far as the second part of the question no this does not happen to everyone.