As I share the media library with other media players (I use i Tunes only to copy music on the i Pod), I would like i Tunes to automatically refresh when I add, remove, or rearrange audio tracks in the file system. The second is really just commentary on the first, disguised as a question ("how can I work around this design flaw? It knows things changed when the is changed, and the only application that does that is i Tunes itself. Yes and no, it has advantages, but a lot of people miss the “Winamp-like” ease of use and it’s understandable. :) I understand that Apple tries to design software for dummies that don't deal with the file system, but there are also some power users forced to various reason to use Apple products, so they could add some option also for this type of users I’m a power user then given that I interact with multiple OSs and program for a few of them for a living, and yet I couldn’t care less about where i Tunes puts my music. If you want help around here I would suggest figuring out what you want help with before asking.
The first is "why did apple choose design implementation x? Although i Tunes lets you “manually manage your library”, it’s never intended to let you move things around in the filesystem, add, remove or modify files. You have two choices: a) Change your music player, b) adapt to the way it works. Yeah, if you come from the Winamp world, it’s a pain, but i Tunes, as bad as it is, does a decent job organizing the music and finding it real fast.
i Tunes is a digital media player, written by Apple Computer, for playing and organizing digital music and video files.
Additionally, the program connects to the i Tunes Music Store which allows users to purchase digital music files that can be played by i Tunes.
In this article are some tips to fix it when ipod won't sync with i Tunes: If you can't sync i Pod to i Tunes and you want to have an easier way to sync i Pod, you can also use a third party tool.
For example, the playcount will increase and the rating will be whatever I chose while listening to the i Pod.
My problem is that this is not consistent, and I don't know why.
If your i Tunes still stuck at “Preparing to update” and you cannot sync or transfer data to i Phone, i Pad or i Pod,here’s your last resort: Put your device in DFU mode and connected it to i Tunes.
Wheni Tunes detects your device in recovery mode,click on restore.