My iPod touch and iPhone cannot be synced with my iTunes. This is not an issue with my USB ports or cord as the computer recognizes the devices are plugged in and begins charging them. I've updated everything and restarted, nothing is working.
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.
yesterday I ejected my nano (2nd generation aluminium) from itunes only to discover that it had not updated my track listings. Then when I reconnected it, iTunes did not recognise the ipod at all. I have tried lots of times. I have also shut down, disconnected power cable and restarted but to no avail. ipod not showing in itunes or on desktop.
I have not yet upgraded to Leopard (I know...) could that be the problem (a conflict between 10.4.11 and iTunes 8.0.2?
Since updating iTunes and installing the latest iphone software iTunes crashes when I attempt to open my iphone in the device panel. I therefore cannot perform any manual functions on my phone through iTunes. I'm running 10.7.3 and iTunes 10.6.Â
My girlfriend and I attended the Toronto Raptors game last nightFor those of you from Toronto, we parked below the Novotel Hotel on the Esplande. Since both of us were coming from work we had are valuables in the trunk. (we both placed are stuff in the trunk prior to arriving at the location). Well when we arrived back to the car we noticed the back passenger side window was smashed in and the trunk was empty. We weren't the only ones who were robbed in that lot, there was at least one other car that was broken into according to the hotel staff. The police seem to think it was a drug addicts looking for items to sell for drugs and that it is not a coincidence that it was during a Raptors game. The lot has no cameras due to construction being done, so for those in Toronto who frequent Leafs or Raptors games do not park there, it's a cheap alternative but not worth the risk.
I am by far not computer savvy and I own a G4 running OS 10.3.9. I recently bought a new iPod nano for my daughterï¿½s 9yr birthday. This was all she wanted for her birthday. As I tried to get this going my G4 would not accept the new device. I later found out I need to purchase a system upgrade in order to use the iPod. I can barely afford the iPod let alone the extra $129.00 to use it. I feel financially violated and duped. I donï¿½t know if I'm upset at Apple or Best Buy, or both, for not making it clear about this issue to the computer laymenï¿½s, like myself, in the world before shelling out the hard earned cash to purchase the iPod nano. I am really upset and want to see if this has happened to others out there.
I own a PowerBook G4 Version 10.3.9, 12 inch, 1.33 GHz 1.25 GB DDR, SD RAM, bought on 2004. I works great. Slowly but surely I have noticed that I cannot get a lot of downloads. Too old of an operating System. My husband just bought me a 16 gig I Pod Nano. I know that my computer will not support this I Pod what kind of update can I get so it will support it? My computer lingo is very limited.
I'm very frustrated with my iPod Nano right now. It hasn't been charging or syncing to my MacBook or any other USB 1.0/2.30 computer in this house. The cable works fine, and I've tried it with other cables, too, so it's the iPod's fault, needless to say. When I plug it in, it only tuns the backlight on the screen. It doesn't sync or charge or charges extremely slow without any indication. When plugged into a wall charger, it charges just fine for some odd reason. I've reseted the iPod a million times and gone through the diagnostics menu a million times. I can't figure this out!
My stupid iPod Nano 3G started this last night. I plugged up my nano, and it said I needed to restore my iPod, so I did it. After I restored it, I placed all my music back into it. When I unplugged it, it said No Music. I plugged it back in, wondering what the heck was going on, and it said Other: 3.63GB instead of Music: 3.63GB. So I restored about three times in a row, and I've even went to Disk Utility to erase it and restore, and it does the same thing. What can I do?
I bought the Late 2008 MBP and the USB ports are not registering as 2.0. I have confirmed that it is indeed running at 1.0 speeds through synching my ipod touch through itunes as well as through transferring files from an external hard drive. The transfer speed averages around 1-1.5 mb/sec, which is in line with USB 1.0 speeds.
I've lived with it for a few weeks, but I just got a new ipod nano today and whenever I connect it to my MBP, the screen turns gray and I immediately get this message:
"You need to restart your computer. Hold down the power button for several seconds or press the restart button."
I've tried resetting the SMC but to no avail. It hasn't escaped from my attention the possibility that the two problems are interrelated. I haven't been able to find OS X drivers for the USB ports, so right now the only option that I know of is to reinstall leopard. Does anyone know of a simpler solution that wouldn't require a complete reinstall of the OS?
Itunes fails to sync with my Ipod - a message appears stating that the Ipod has insufficient memory, when in fact there is 5.7 Gb available - I'm running OSX10.5 Leopard having recently upgraded from Tiger
Info: iMac, Mac OS X (10.4.11), No previous problems
Does any body know, how to merge Podcast episodes from different albums and subscriptions, together? Lets say: I have news; collected for one week; I'd like to listen those in one episode, continues each after another, without stoping between episodes. My iPod Nano plays one, and than I have to swich to next one manually. Not convenient, when running in Gym or so. Could not find any good script for iTunes or some things can be done in iPod, after episodes have been transferred in.
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.4) iTune10. iPod, Nano ( very first edition )
I am trying to sync my iPod Nano with my MacBook Pro. It now says that the file is missing and instantly ejects it.....any one got any suggestions for this? or how I can roll back my iTunes update as it is a waste of time if it is doing this!
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?
Couple days ago I deleted a playlist on my Itunes accidentally. Luckily I have all my music backed up on an External HD. I remade the playlist on Itunes, transferred the music from my Ext. HD to the playlist, connected my ipod to have it synced, then disoconnected my HD and Ipod after sync and when I search the playlist on my Ipod I only get 29 of the 142 songs synced. Can someone please tell me what could be going wrong?
I am looking for a way to synch my iTunes library on my macbook like an iPod. Basically, my main iTunes library on my mac mini is HUGE. Way bigger than will fit on the 250gb drive on my macbook. So I am looking for a way to sync my macbook in the same fashion as an iPod. I want to choose a few playlists to send over and keep synced. Maybe 50gb or so of data so that when I am away from my main computer I can have music with me. The reason I want to do this is my 30GB ipod recently dove off the deep end and I dont have the finances to get a new one yet. But I usually have my laptop with me most places and like to listen to music. I have found ways to keep 2 libraries synced but not be able to partially sync one. Anyone have any ideas on how or if this is even possible?