Play count not updating from ipod

Posted by / 05-Oct-2019 09:41

And if even that doesn’t solve the problem, try holding down the Option;/Alt key, click the Apple menu, and choose System Information or System Report. If you see your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod under USB Device Tree, you may need to uninstall third-party security software.

If it’s not there, you should contact Apple Support.

Of course, there is still more to i Tunes than music - you can also store movies and TV series there, used to keep a back up of your Apps too.

If the complexities of i Tunes have you confused, if something in particular has you stumped, or if you i Tunes library is just not playing right, we may have discovered some fixes.

Note: This feature has been removed with version i Tunes 12.4.

Many users have voiced frustration with this features removal and it may make a comeback in future versions.

The software used to be fundamental when it came to syncing music with that device, and later on, syncing and updating the i Phone, but now-a-days i Tunes is of less importance as many i Phone and i Pad users choose to sync their music via the cloud.

That way you can identify the content that is causing the issue and delete and re-download it if necessary.

If you are using i Tunes on your Mac as a jukebox - which is what it was always intended to be before it became the centre of everything i Phone related - you’ll also no doubt have run into a few problems.

Especially if you have signed up for any of the services that run alongside it, such as Apple Music and i Tunes Match.

Beware: if a track is on your i Phone but not in the music library on your Mac you will lose it when you sync your i Phone with i Tunes unless you use a service like i Tunes Match.

Another reason why your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod won’t sync with i Tunes is if there is a file on your computer or i OS device that is locked.

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If the latter is the issue then you may see a message stipulating: ’This device isn‘t eligible for the requested build‘ - this is the error you will get if i Tunes can’t communicate with Apple's software update server. From time to time there are issues when the i Tunes Store goes offline due to issues with Apple’s server. This is a common issue, perhaps because it’s often the case that you are being asked to sync your i Phone with i Tunes because there is a problem with your i Phone. If you plug your i Phone into your Mac (or PC) and nothing happens Apple’s advice is that you should start by updating i Tunes on your Mac (it’s also worth checking to see if there are any other software updates required).