iTunes

iTunes Error Tips

iTunes Error Tips

If you see Error 3194, Error 17, or ‘This device isn‘t eligible for the requested build‘ in iTunes If iTunes can’t communicate with Apple’s software update server, you might see one of these messages. Error 17 Error 1639 Errors 3000-3020 Error 3194 Errors 3100-3999 This device isn’t eligible for the requested build If you see(…)

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iTunes Store Tips

iTunes Store Tips

Buy or download items from the iTunes Store Buy or download an item To go to the store, click iTunes Store near the top center of the iTunes window. When you find the item you want, click the button to download it (depending on the item, the button might say Buy, Free, Subscribe, a specific(…)

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AirPort Express

AirPort Express

This tip explains how to stream music from iTunes on your Mac or PC, or from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS 5.1 or later) to your stereo or speakers using AirPort Express as a standalone Wi-Fi base station or as one of several Wi-Fi base stations. Note: If you would also like to(…)

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iTunes Support

iTunes Support

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Playing music with AirPlay

Playing music with AirPlay

How to use AirPlay Just plug your stereo system or speakers into the audio port on your AirPort Express using an audio cable or have your AirPlay-enabled output devices connect to the same local network as your iTunes library. When you open iTunes 10 or later on your Mac or PC, you’ll see an AirPlay(…)

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Syncing with iTunes

Syncing with iTunes

Setting up syncing Before setting up syncing you should download and install the latest version of iTunes. Wi-Fi syncing requires iTunes 10.5 or later and iOS 5 or later. You can change your sync options at any time. Each time you sync, content is synced between your iOS device and computer to reflect new, updated,(…)

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Glossary

AAC > Advanced Audio Coding; a standard way of compressing and encoding digital audio AIFF > Audio Interchange File Format; an uncompressed and lossless format for digital audio AirTunes > A way to play music in an iTunes library on multiple speakers over a wireless local network, using AirPort Express with iTunes (a hardware device)(…)

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Apple TV

Playing your iTunes library on your TV: If you have an Apple TV, you can stream items (songs, movies, TV shows, and more) from your iTunes library to your TV. You can also sync your Apple TV with your iTunes library so that your iTunes content is automatically loaded onto your Apple TV. Syncing your(…)

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Syncing

Syncing your Apple TV with iTunes: You can set up iTunes to automatically sync your Apple TV with your iTunes library. That way, you can play your iTunes library on your TV without having to turn on the computer and open iTunes. To sync your Apple TV: Make sure the computer you want to stream(…)

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Adding

Adding

Adding music and video to iPod: You can set up iTunes to automatically update the music and video on your iPod when you connect your iPod to your computer. If you want to use your iPod with more than one computer, or if your iTunes library contains more music than your iPod can hold, you(…)

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Importing

Importing

Choosing import settings: You can choose the encoding format and other settings that iTunes uses to import songs.Your choices affect the audio quality and size of the song file (the higher the quality, the larger the file size). AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) encoding is available only if you have QuickTime 6.2 or later installed. (iTunes(…)

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Keyboard Shortcuts

You can use your keyboard to quickly accomplish many tasks in iTunes.To find the shortcuts for common commands, look in the menus (or see the list at the bottom of this page).Many items in iTunes (for example, songs and column headings) also have contextual menus.To see a contextual menu, press the Control key and click(…)

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