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In order for MediaMonkey for Windows to sync with Apple iOS devices, the latest Apple Mobile Device Driver must be installed on your Windows machine. These drivers can be installed by installing the iTunes desktop [http://www.mediamonkey.com/support/index...
Tracks that are purchased from the iTunes store are often protected with DRM (digital rights management) protection that limits the tracks' ability to be played, copied, or converted. Such tracks are usually .m4p and sometimes .m4b files. MediaMonk...
In some scenarios, metadata may not be synced from an iPhone/iPod to MediaMonkey, while in others, metadata may not be synced from MediaMonkey to the iPhone/iPod: 1) Data may not be synced to the iPhone/iPod if iTunes happens to overwrite metadata ...
MediaMonkey can sync to an iPod using Rockbox firmware. See: http://www.rockbox.org/ By default, though, MediaMonkey's iPod Plug-in does not allow .m3u files to be exported to the iPod (relying instead on the iPod's database for playlist synchroniza...
MediaMonkey can synch audiobooks in the same manner as other files. For best results: 1) If necessary, rip the Audiobook CD 2) Select all the tracks in an audiobook and assign the book's title to the 'Album' field. 3) Fill in the Track# field w...
There are several cases in which Album Art may be missing or mixed up for tracks synced to an iPhone or iPod. 1) If you use both MediaMonkey and iTunes you may find that Album Art is missing from some tracks on your iPod / iPhone. This is due to...
There are a couple of situations in which tracks may synchronize to an iPod but not be visible on the iPod (even though they've been copied to the device): * If you're using an older version of MediaMonkey that doesn't support the device or firmware o...
In order to sync with MediaMonkey, iOS devices such as iPhones/iPads/iPod touch devices require that the DESKTOP version of iTunes be installed. If you haven't installed it yet, you can find it at the following links: 64-bit version [https://www.apple.com...
MediaMonkey can copy files from an iPhone, iPod or iPod to a PC. To copy selected files: * When the iPod/iPhone/iPad is plugged into the PC, MediaMonkey will recognize the device and it will appear in the MediaMonkey Media Tree (iTunes is required t...
Upgrades to the iOS firmware on iPhone, iPod touch, and/or iPad can break MediaMonkey's ability to communicate with these devices correctly, triggering an error that the '...firmware is not compatible with this version of MediaMonkey.' If you see this e...