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Topic # 83009 8-May-2011 17:52
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I have about 1300 tracks in iTunes on my PC and, although all of them are checked with a 'tick' for syncing purposes, only about 850 of them are syncing across to the library on my iPad. The tracks that do not sync are all complete albums. I am getting no comments or notices from iTunes when the sync is completed. All of the tracks that don't sync play fine in iTunes on the PC.

I have googled this but not come up with anything. I am fairly new to Apple land and iTunes and I am totally mystified by this because I can't see that there's anything particularly different about the albums that don't sync.

Would welcome any thoughts/help.

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  Reply # 466892 8-May-2011 20:10
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Within iTunes when you have your iPod connected and selected on the left menu pane, there are a few music sync settings under the "music" sub-heading. See if there are any syncing/filtering options unchecked.

Also, how full is your iPod after syncing? Is it just that you have run out of space maybe?



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  Reply # 466897 8-May-2011 20:27
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dontpanic42: Within iTunes when you have your iPod connected and selected on the left menu pane, there are a few music sync settings under the "music" sub-heading. See if there are any syncing/filtering options unchecked.

Also, how full is your iPod after syncing? Is it just that you have run out of space maybe?


Thanks dp42. In the main iTunes Music screen where all the tracks are listed, I had everything 'ticked' for syncing (and I still don't know why it won't).

But in the iTunes My iPad > Music screen there is an option to 'sync entire music collection' which I did not have selected because I hadn't seen it before. I selected that and the whole lot synced. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Living and learning.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 466899 8-May-2011 20:35
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Not a problem.
Also, my bad. iPad, not iPod ;-)
I think I need glasses.
Tongue out

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