There is a third party solution to this and it's freeware. But what it does is backup your entire user profile and then restore it on another PC.
I have been using the ForensIT TransWiz to migrate people from one computer to another. I did a whole bunch of Windows 7 to Window 10 migrations and as long as all you need is located in your user profile folder (...
For MacBook Pro 16" and macOS 10.15.3 all solutions did not work. I did some research and found a way to disable Music. You won't be able to use it afterwards, so only do this if you do not need the Music app.
Since apple introduced some security mechanisms, some things have to be done in advance. At first you need to disable the System Integrity Protection....
This works for me - loves the song and adds to library (I have a smart list to show loved songs, but they only appear if the song is in the library).
tell application "Music"
if current track is not loved then
set loved of current track to not loved of current track
duplicate current track to source "Library"
I just started using Apple Music, and found that 1 of my playlists from iTunes wouldn't sync. It was a Smart Playlist that included 2 rules that referenced other playlists (e.g., don't include the song here if it is in one of those playlists.) Deleting those 2 rules fixed the issue so it will sync now, unfortunately, the playlist now has 1700 songs in it, ...
While searching elsewhere for my music I decided to check my iPad Pro. My music appears to have gotten transferred to my iPad. I feel confident I didn't intentionally do this so some settings on my iPad or iMac must have triggered moving my music to my iPad. My iMac hard drive is about full and my iPad has 200 GB free. I don't know if that matters.
Since you have an iPhone 7/Plus i immidiately suspect one of the many chip problems plauging those two models (actually the problem is with the motherboard substrate itself, I think).
If it is this one problem, you can find out by jumping to the initial "Hello" screen after the update, if you have that, and selecting the info i in a small circle in the ...
Wait For Sometime
Check your Wi-Fi / Network
If you're using a cellular data connection, connect to a reliable Wi-Fi network instead.
Fix iPhone Activation Errors using iTunes
If you still can't activate, here's how to activate your iPhone through iTunes instead:
• Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes.
• Check ...
I eventually found a workaround. I believe that the problem is that each new song reverts to whatever is the default equalizer setting.
The workaround is to set an equalizer preset individually for each song. You can do this for several songs at once--all of them, if you want--by highlighting the songs, choosing Get Info, going to the Options tab, ...
I've been working with AppleCare on this issue for about 2-3 months now. The Apple engineers have confirmed to me that they can replicate the trust dialog box issue when the iPhone's Personal Hotspot is enabled, and connected to a Mac using Apple's official USB-A to Lighting cable. I believe that they replicated this using the same operating system as the ...
it looks like you are using iTunes which is not available in the latest macOS Catalina.
Please try the same with apple configurator 2. It might help.
This error might have occurred because your macOS is not up to date.
Had the same issue and on 43" monitor - not much fun.
Solved by deleting ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Music.plist
Make sure to create a backup of that file first and optionally create screenshots of your settings as those will be lost.
You can check to see if you have any backups of your iPhone on your computer with a tool like iBackup Extractor. You can access and browse the contents of such a backup (free) to see if your photos are there. If you want to extract more than 20 photos, though, you'll need to buy a licence.
iTunes hasn't saved or restored ipa files in a long time. Apple expect you to recover everything OTA [over the air] these days & assume you have a current online backup over iCloud.
This function change arrived with version 12.7 - http://osxdaily.com/2017/09/13/itunes-12-7-update-removes-app-store/
If you do already have an ipa of an app no longer ...
I have just verified this feature actually does still work but you aren't using it properly, there is no need for the -> syntax, I am unsure where this comes from but I have never seen that used.
The correct way to create this shortcut is as shown below:
Open System Preferences.app
Navigate to 'Keyboard'
Choose 'App Shortcuts'
Add a ...
Hmm - not sure if this answers the spirit of the question. I'll leave it for now, trash it if it becomes clear it isn't relevant.
You can do it using the regular 'Application/Menu Title' shortcut structure - it doesn't have to be in a top menu for the system to be able to find it correctly.
System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts.