with my iPod 5G, I recently switched from automatic synching to adding music manually, because my library exceeds the 60GB storage. Now, in the appropriate iTunes window, I find the options to do so by lists, artists, genres, and albums, and the only option I can use is this last one. However, it does not list them by the name applied to them in my iTunes library, but instead a mixture of artist and album title, which makes it very uncomfortable to handle. I would rather have this list to be sorted exactly by the album names as applied in the title information in iTunes.
I have an old macbook that has all my songs on, as well as my iPod. I have recently got an iMa which currently has no music on, how would I transfer the music from the iPod to the new iMac, or alternatively from the old Macbook to the iMac?
Can I have iTunes automatically add new music that I add to my music folder without having to go to:
FILE> Add to Library
How come iTunes won't monitor the music location folder where I store the music. I keep all of my music in the default iTunes music folder.
This could very well be the way iTunes works but I'm new to macs and comparing it to previous programs I've used like Media Player, it would consistently monitor the music folder you chose and update or add files when it sees them changed or whatever.
When I manually add songs to my iphone 4 from my iTunes library they are not showing up on my phone under when I go to the artist.† Oddly, when I search for the song title the song will come up and it plays, and it shows the artist name correctly when it is playing.† I updated both iTunes and the phone. I've done a reset.† I've deleted the songs in question from the phone and then re-added them, only to have the same problem.
This problem doesn't happen with every song I add, but it always happens to the same songs.† When I sync the phone, I can find them in the phone window of iTunes and they're there correctly sorted by artist (and play fine)!† These songs are CD imports (not iTunes purchases).† I have "manually manage music" on, and iCoud is off.
I need help getting my music from my older ipod onto my new iphone. i have a mac which i thought would make it easier but i don't understand. when i go to sync it it says that its going to erase and replace the music in my library but i dont have music on my laptop yet.
I have many songs on my ipod nano but I cant load them onto my newly purchased mac.† It does an auto sync when I plug it in but only reads the itunes purchases that I have made, and loads them onto my itunes, however I have laods of other music from my cd collection that I have put onto my nano ipod manually through itunes downloading on my old windows pc.
How can I import the music from my ipod nano to macbook air?I have no music yet on iTunes on the mac. There is only the option to sync itunes with my ipod and then all songs on my ipod would be deleted - is the other way around also possible??
my imac 2.4 core2duo died.¬† i immediately bought a new 21.5" 2.8 i7 iMac.¬† The only thing I regretted was that I lost my music catalog - imported from PC to the first iMac and added to, this included the napster hey day stuf too.¬† ¬†
I just realized that all that old stuff is also on an old iPod that i have (how I transferred the music to the iMac 2.4 in the first place.¬†
How do I get this music into the new 21.5" iMac?¬† The iTunes on the new computer allows me to play it from the iPod, but not move it into the iMac.¬†
Info: iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4), 2.8 intel i7
I previously used Windows with my Ipod - they were synced. I have since purchased a Macbook Pro. My previous Itunes playlist (windows) is on the Ipod, but no longer on my current Itunes (macbook). I want to play music from my Ipod on my Mac and possible transfer music from the Ipod to the Mac. I have ticked 'manually manage', when I plug in the Ipod, however, it does not show any music Ipod content on Itunes.
i have recently gotten a new album and i want to put it onto my ipod, and everytime i do, it says,"The iPod "_______'s iPod" cannot be synced. An unknown error occurred (13019)."but when i go onto my music for the ipod,whatever i tried to add onto it will be listed there, and when i eject it, it won't be on the ipod?
for a reason unknown my music in itunes has been wiped! just dissapeared.¬† the music is still on my ipod, the only music i get from my ipod back onto itunes are recent purchases. does anyone know how i can get music from my ipod back onto my itunes?
I have an iPod Touch and it hasn't ever given me problems with syncing music until recently. Everytime I try to sync music onto it on itunes with my Mac computer (which is how I always do t) it won't let me. A message pops up that says "An unknown error has occured (13019)." Does anyone know what 13019 means? Is it a code for the type of error it is?
I connected my iPod nano to my MacBook Air, and opened iTunes to put the music I had just bought onto the iPod. Usually an icon appears on the main screen and on the right hand corner of my music list that says"Add to", so you can click that and drag music to your iPod download list. The screen on the iPod should have said "Do not disconnect charger" but nothing happened. The iPod only charged. This happened once before, and it randomly just started working. This time it won't work.
I have a lot of music on my iPad that I'd like to move across to my MacBook. I can't see how to do this. If I sync them, will the small amount of music on my MacBook replace the big library on my iPad?
My problem is this: A few weeks ago, the (not over-worked at all) HD of my two and a half year old MBP crashed completely. Fortunately, I have Applecare, so the HD was replaced without any difficulty and free of charge, and returned reasonably rapidly. However, all of my data, and perhaps equally upsetting, my entire iTunes collection (not far off 6,000 songs) has also vanished into the ether of cyberspace. (Did I have anything backed up? Um, no. Second moral of the story: Back-ups are Good).
Anyway, I have the entire music collection on two iPods, a classic (80GB) and a iTouch (64GB). My problem is how to restore this collection to iTunes, as syncing either of them at present may result in the further obliteration of the music collection. So, fellow denizens of MR, advise me please: What is the best way to attempt to restore - from an iPod to iTunes - a prized music collection? Senuti has been mentioned; is it recommended, and what does it entail? It was also suggested to me that I use the Classic for this attempted restoration, rather than the Touch.