An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points
An expert that got 5 achievements.
An expert who has posted more than 50 answers, of which 90% or more were rated as helpful.
An expert whose answer got voted for 20 times.
Re: iphone itunes issues!HEEEELP
First, understand that you can only sync with one library on one computer (generally speaking). You MUST also use iTunes. You cannot manually manage your iphone using "disk access", like other devices.
Okay, that out of the way, when you connect your iphone and itunes comes up, do you see your iphone in the navigation pane on the left? Select it. In the right pane, you'll see tabs at the top. Select the "Photos" tab. Now you need to check the boxes that apply to your photo library. If you want all your photos from "my pictures", simply select the checkbox next to "my pictures". Now, go back to the main "info" tab and sync your iphone with your computer.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
there are several ways you can download and put music on your iPhone 3G
1.-Purchase songs in iTunes directly on your iPhone (this will cost you money and require you to create an iTunes account,if you download apps, you already have one).
2.-Insert a CD into the computer you plug your iPhone to, open the CD with iTunes, and rip the contents of the disc into iTunes (iTunes has a tutorial for this if you need further information), sync your phone with your iTunes on the computer and the songs will be added to your song library in your phone.
3.-You can use a P2P (peer to peer) sharing program ex. Frostwire, Winamp, eMule, to download the songs onto your computer. Take note of what folder these downloaded songs are being sent to. In iTunes, select File>add folder to library, a window will open, select the file where the downloaded music is located, and iTunes will add it into the music library in iTunes. Sync your phone with iTunes and the downloaded songs will be added to the music library on your phone
You can only upload music to your iPhone via iTunes.
First, open iTunes, go to File menu and click on "Add file to library", find the song you want to add and click "ok"
Now the song will show in iTunes. Do this for all the songs you want on your iPhone.
Once you are done, connect your iPhone to your computer. iTunes will recognize your iPhone. Click on iPhone, on the left hand side of iTunes. On the main screen you'll have tabs for your iPhone such as "Information" "Music" "Applications". Click on the Music tab.
Select "Syncronize all music" in the Music tab.
Now on the right hand side in iTunes, you'll see a button "Apply"
Wait for your iPhone to syncronize with your iTunes.
You just need to import your songs into iTunes library, then make a playlist with the songs, connect your iPod to computer, iTunes will detect the iPod automatically, then click iTunes menu "File -> Sync iPod", the songs will be transferred from iTunes to iPod.
If iTunes not works for you, You may try this ipod transfer, it's a nice iTunes alternative that can help you manage iPod files including delete, upload, play, copy, etc. It's much easier to use than iTunes.
I assume you have a Windows laptop. Make sure that the remaining 100 songs are not in .wma format, or else you will need to convert them to .mp3 first.
To add these remaining songs to your iTunes library and eventually to your iPhone, you must first locate where these songs are from Windows Explorer (e.g. My Documents) meaning you must open the folder/folders where these songs are located. If you've been using Windows Media Player to play these songs before, open WinMP and right-click on the specific song then select "Open file location". That will take you directly to the folder where that specific song is. When you find the song (as a file in a folder), right-click on it and select "Open with" then select "iTunes". That will automatically add the song you selected to iTunes library.
You can also do that with multiple songs by:
holding CTRL (from your keyboard) and clicking on each specific song you want to add to iTunes library; or
selecting the first song, then holding SHIFT (from your keyboard) and clicking the last song from that folder
.. then, right-click on one of the songs, select "Open with" then select "iTunes".
Once your done adding all your songs to iTunes library, you can then sync your iPhone.
Again, the remaining songs must NOT be .WMA format.
For more iPhone / iPod touch tips, click here.
1. Download iTunes. 2. Connect your iPhone to the computer. 3. On iTunes, you should see your iPhone listed under Devices. 4. Click on your iPhone. 5. Go to the Music, Applications, TV Shows, and all those other tabs and set your preferences. 6. Click Sync. Now you can send music from iTunes to iPhone.
You need to create a playlist for the iPhone. This isn't intuitive and I don't know why it's this way. It works great, there just isn't anything explaining what to do. This seems to snag Windows users the most. Maybe Mac users are already used to doing things this way? I don't know.
Below is a picture of my iTunes. Look down in the lower-left corner and see that my playlist is highlighted. At the very bottom-left corner you can click the plus sign to create a new playlist. Then drag all of the music you want to the playlist. Finally, in the music tab of your iPhone, make sure you click the playlist you just made to sync all music on that list to your phone.
you should be able to go into itunes and delete the songs, then sync your iphone again.
If that doesn't help then I would go into the apple store and see why not.
you can also just call apple for support for free if you are an at&t subscriber