To put iTunes gift card money on your iPod touch you go to the iTunes app. It is purple and has a music note on it. Then you press the Music icon on the bottom left hand corner. Scroll down until you see the redeem button. Then click on it. Enter the code on your gift card and hit redeem which is in the upper right hand corner.
i think you try sharepod first. its alternative to itune and much better if it runs on your pc.
try to get it on getsharepod.com
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I just called Netflix customer service about this very same issue. I love Entourage and want to stream it on my system, Season 7 or any for that matter.
I was told that Netflix is in negotiations with HBO for the rights to stream Entourage...but nothing is final at this time.
I assume it is a financial issue. Netflix does not want to pay the $$ amount that HBO is demanding.
Try frostwire it has most songs and it's easy to use
well i hacked my iPod before i updated.... if you update your iPod... there are all difference.... i was using 4.0.something ios and when i updated to ios 5.0.1 it has a lot benefits like weather and stuff...... and there are much benefit when you jailbreak too
Yes, provided it is one located inside a Westfield Centre.
No, not if it is a purchased 'pressed' CD.
Well, as you may know music industries get money from the cds they top bands sell, and if you "share" your music with strangers you make them lose lots of cash.
If you really like a band or singer go to a store and get the legal record, your gonna help them make even more cds.
depends on what type but as far as i know you cant but if you count an ipod then yes
Put the format for your music video in mp4.
Then open iTunes, connected to your ipod, and drag it in!
it means that it will save that music to a folder on your itunes library.
first you have to have an account you can easily make one from your facebook account then just click share and the world can then see your creations however you can only upload songs on your i pod touch or i phone or i pad not on your PC
u just have to have ur ipod touch iphone by wifi or 3g or u can do it on a computer
May Be something as http://blog.dominik.net/2006/09/23/reverting-to-itunes-6-windows/ can help...
iTunes provides a directory of podcasts but does not host or supply podcasts. Podcast providers host their podcasts on their own sites and would use their site's logs to determine the number of subscribers to their podcasts. The potential audience will be the 160 million users of iTunes.
It's very easy.
Go to C:\Users\(your username)\Music\iTunes and rename the file "iTunes Library.itl" to "iTunes Library.OLD"
Open iTunes, go to Help --> Check For Update, download & install the most recent upgrade. Once complete it will usually requires a computer restart. If not, you must close iTunes for the next step to work due to "File In Use" issues.
Go back to C:\Users\(your username)\Music\iTunes and rename newly-created "iTunes Library.itl" to "iTunes Library.NEW" (or just delete that file). Then rename your old file "iTunes Library.OLD" back to "iTunes Library.itl".
When you next open Itunes your old library will be accessable.
No it does not but you can have the dealer install one or a local car audio shop can do it.
sometime this year or next year when her movie "the last song" comes out her song when i look at you is in that movie.
it is already out or so they say but it's only the piano version so DON"T WASTE YOUR MONEY AND BUY IT!!!!!
iClip Lyrics is the perfect Lyrics application for Mac:
Just open it, and it will update automatically with the current song. The songs don't even have to be from the iTunes Store!
Hope I helped!
First it asks you to make a type of "profile" kinda thing. Just make up a name and a password. Then, when ur finished with that step, it takes you to a small window, that will say the name of your computer, and it has a small green music note below it. That means that you're online. You'll notice there arent any other names in there. This is because u have to add people. So then, get a friend to make an account that has iTunes. When he's online, simply click his name, look through his library, and click the plus sign on which songs you want to download. That easy.
That's it. Pretty easy, and seems to work. My music and applications are all still in there, and I didn't have to take any special care to make sure they didn't get deleted.iTunes Error 5002
Before doing ANYTHING ELSE i would unplug your router if you are using wi-fi. Wait 5 to 10 seconds then plug the router back in. This will allow your computer to reestablish a connection.
Go to preferences and turn off the shopping cart feature and order with one click ordering. this bypasses the whole shopping cart error and allows you to download your song/tv show/movie easily.Second answer from different user:
None of the fixes I found online fixed this problem and I still want to use the cart so didn't like the one click ordering work-around. My fix was simple - I deleted the items already in my cart and this cleared up the problem. I discovered this because buying a song on iTunes on our home computer worked when my husband was logged in but not when I was. He had nothing in his cart, I did. This fixed my problem the last time iTunes had a big shopping cart bug too.Problem with permissions
Mac OS X users can try to solve the "Error 5200" problem (and other cryptic iTunes errors) by following these instructions to repair the permissions of the iTunes Music Folder:
The permissions may have been altered when migrating the music folder between computers or partitions. They may also be altered by an upgrade of the OS (e.g.m moving from Tiger to Leopard) or by an iTunes upgrade.
The Apple artnum=93069 makes no mention of error 5002 and did not help. Setting "one click" only worked after quitting and restarting iTunes. Changing back to "shopping cart" now also works. I suspect there was no need to set "one click" and that any change to account information (even a null change) would work. I don't know how to make the problem return to test this.
Changing the nickname works.Too many apps and updates!
My fix for the dreaded 5002 error:
NOTE: If you screw up and wipe out your Apps, you're SOL. You should also know that iTunes may want to reinstall all your applications on your iPhone/iPod, so it might be best to hold off doing this until you're ready for this (and bear in mind that my experience with iPhone application remove/install hasn't been stellar, and I've had to completely restore from scratch a few times).
1. Back up Mobile Applications from Users/myusername/Music/iTunes by dragging them to another disk -- simply moving them elsewhere on the same disk doesn't work, since iTunes keeps track of their location. Duplicating the folder would likely work too, if you haven't got anywhere else to copy them.
2. Once you have the Mobile Applications folder backed up, and have verified and reverified that you've got a copy and haven't simply moved the folder, open iTunes WITHOUT YOUR IPHONE/IPOD CONNECTED and select all your applications and delete them. (if your iPhone/iPod were connected, it would now start helpfully deleting apps)
3. When they're all gone, quit iTunes
4. Start iTunes again and verify that you have no apps listed.
5. Drag your backup Mobile Applications folder to your open iTunes window -- if you have default iTunes settings (copy/manage my music), then iTunes will start re-adding your applications. The nice thing about this is that it also eliminates all the duplicate apps and renames along the way -- all those updates you keep doing don't get rid of older versions, so these just pile up as "Application 1", 2, 3, etc. You may end up saving a lot of disk space. Many apps have gone through name changes too, so you may clear up some confusion and duplication too.
6. Read the iTunes notices carefully -- you will likely get something like "an OLDER version of this app already exists, do you want to replace it" (you DO), or "a NEWER version of this app already exists, do you want to replace it" (you DON'T), or sometimes a mention that this app already exists as the same version (replace it).
7. Quit iTunes, then restart it to "set" the changes
You will end up with a pristine iTunes Mobile Applications folder at the end of this process, and will likely save some space too.
Your 5002 error should also be gone too.
REMEMBER THAT YOU COULD POTENTIALLY LOSE ALL YOUR APPLICATIONS IF YOU SCREW UP, so please do this at your own risk, and as always, make sure you have backups!
i was using a gift card and when i tried 'redeeming' it it would come up with error 5002.
all i did was make a new account. it worked.
It says that i haven't purchased the songs that I already have, so the price hasn't dropped.
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