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UGH! Guess I'm showing my age here. My 10 year old and I are trying to download a song from itunes. Itunes says I've downloaded it, but I'll be darned if I know where it is. The player was connected when we purchased the song, but it doesn't appear to be there. Besides help with this specific issue, is there a place where I can get a copy of the user's manual? Thanks in advance for your assistance. Karen

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No itunes only works with ipods

Posted on Mar 08, 2007

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Click start the search and type in the name of the song you downloaded. make sure you tell the computer to search C: and subfolders. if it comes up right click it and properties should also give location.

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I have a problem to download music.

Hi,

As with much to do with the iPhone, there's a bit of a trick to getting this working smoothly so you can have control over your iPhone music, while keeping it as darn easy to work with as possible. The answer? Create a custom playlist for your iPhone music library.
Let me show you how to do it - it's pretty darn easy.
Pop into iTunes and choose File --> New Playlist. Now rename it to something logical: I use "iPhone Sync":
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Now you can just drag and drop music from your iTunes library (in iTunes, needless to say) into this new playlist. When you're ready, you'll see a bunch of music happily ensconced in the playlist (remember, it's all just "pointers": the actual music files are still safely in the main music library, so if you delete something from a playlist , you haven't deleted the original music file itself):

At the bottom of the iTunes window it shows you how many songs are in the playlist, along with the size and total playing time.
At this point, you need to plug in your iPhone if you haven't already done so. It'll pop up the usual summary screen:

Now click on the "Music" tab and you'll see that you can select "sync playlist". Do that, then select the new iPhone sync playlist you've created

Set things up and that's all there is to it. Now click "Sync" in iTunes and it'll synchronize your playlist with the iPhone music library and next time you click on that ole' "iPod" button on the iPhone, your selections from you music library will be present.
Oh, and one really nice feature of creating this playlist is that you can manage it, adding and deleting songs to your heart's desire, even without your iPhone present. Whatever changes you make are instantly applied to your iPhone music library the very next time you synchronize the device. Suddenly even 8GB might feel small. :-)

Regards
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How to download music on a iphone 3g?

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
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I do not know on how to download song to my apple ipod?

first you'll need to download itunes to your computer. go to http://www.apple.com/itunes/ download itunes, on either Mac or PC. once you've download the program need to start an itunes account this requires a credit card. once you have started your account you can transfer misic from your computer or purchase music from the Apple store, or redeem itunes gift cards.
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My jailbroken iphone2G screen shows only logo of itunes & usb cabel photo after i downloaded itunes 10 & created fake a/c on itunes. it can recognise but can't restore & update. I have cydia...

hi i am too from india just 14 years old press the sleep button and home button simultaneously for abou 10 to 15 sec the your device will show you the apple logo wait for 5 to 10 mins and now you can restore make sure you first connect your device and then reboot or maybe itunes is taking that much time because your firmware is old to be updated
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Being 58 years old bought a nano ipod for my wife want to put music on it dont understand what to download to be able to use it ?

The first thing that you should do is download itunes from the apple website at www.apple.com/itunes once installed open up itunes and then plug in the supplied usb cable into the ipod and the other end into your computer. From itunes you can then go onto the apple store and buy music from the store or if you have music on CDs you can use itunes to pull the CDs onto your computer and from itunes and clicking on the devices section you can transfer the music onto your ipod. Hope this helps.
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How do you tranfer songs from one ipod to another ipod

You could try iTunes. Certainly, there are lots of 3rd-party programs which could reach this goal efficiently. I usually use Leawo iTransfer to finish this task. Now I take it as an instance teach you how to transfer songs from an iPod to another. Download Leawo iTransfer ' Leawo iTransfer for Mac and install it.

Method 1. Transfer Music from Old iPod to New iPod(Music Purchased from iTunes Store) People can transfer music from old iPod to new iPod with iTunes or download all the songs again from iTunes Store. Speaking of iTunes, users can actually rely on the software to transfer music. If you have music backups of the old iPod in iTunes, you can easily sync the songs with the new iPod. If you don't have backups, you are also able to transfer purchased songs from the old iPod to iTunes using the "Transfer Purchases" function of iTunes. But you won't be allowed to transfer the songs from the old iPod to computer or new iPod if the songs are not got from iTunes. The following simple guidance is about transfer music from old iPod to new iPod with the "Transfer Purchases" function of iTunes:

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1. Plug the Old iPod into computer via the USB cable. Then launch iTunes.
2. Click "File > Device > Transfer Purchases". iTunes will automatically transfer the songs to iTunes library.
3. Plug the new iPod into computer. Then import the songs from iTunes to the new iPod.
Method 2. Transfer Music from Old iPod to New iPod with Leawo iTransfer Run Leawo iTransfer and Connect iPods
Run Leawo iTransfer after installing it on your PC. Then connect your iPods to computer with the USB cables. The software will automatically detect your devices and show the libraries of each iPod in the left sidebar.

Select Music from the Old iPod
Click "Music" of the old iPod, and then the songs will be shown in the right part of the software. Click the transfer button (right arrow in a dark blue square) at the right bottom to transfer all the music files. Or you are allowed to hold "Ctrl" and click to choose songs, and then right click the chosen songs to "Transfer to > My New iPod".

Transfer Settings
The dialog of transfer settings comes out after clicking the transfer button or right-clicking to choose songs. Check the "Transfer to List: My New iPod" and then click "Transfer Now" to start the music transfer.

Transferring Music from Old iPod to New iPod
When the transfer begins, a dialog of transfer process will show up. The progress bar in the dialog will notice you the percentage of the music transfer. You will get all the songs in your new iPod when the transfer finishes.
For more detail, check: How to Transfer Music from Old iPod to New iPod
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Music won't sync to mp3 player! D:

Hi,

The problem is that iTunes songs only work with iPods. If you pay extra, they will now let you download them in a format compatible with other players but I don't recommend using iTunes (or anything from Apple for that matter). Try Amazon MP3. The songs downloaded from there will work with any player under the sun and they're generally cheaper than iTunes. Here is the link:

http://www.amazon.com/MP3-Music-Download/b?ie=UTF8&node=163856011


You can use either Rhapsody or Windows Media Player to sync the files to your device.
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In the main screen of itunes check the box called manually sync and update songs , With this method you can keep your old songs intact and update and new songs .
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