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I moved itunes folder out of my music folder and...

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  1. Phinyx

    Phinyx Thread Starter

    Feb 10, 2013
    Now my itunes seems to not be working properly. I have iphone 3gs and so when I synced it I don't see the music files under my device or my ringtones. It also said that they can't find my music when I tried to download them into my iphone and every time I put new music or new ringtones in my iphone, the ringtones/music that I have gets deleted. For example: I have 200 songs in my iphone but when I want to put just one song in it, The rest of the 200 songs gets deleted and now I only have that one song. And so now every time I add music to my iphone I would have to add the songs back into the iphone. I would also have to do it to ringtones too and I'd have to manually add them in because if I don't it would never be put into the iphone. So yeah, I'm not too good with itunes because it's too complicated and this is the first time I've ever had a iphone so I'm really confused how to use itunes. Oh and my library music files doesn't automatically update when I add new music so I would have to do the same as I did with my iphone. I'd have to delete, add the files again, sync and so on...

    My itunes is up to date, my folders aren't hidden because my music folder and ringtone folder are under my library but not under my device.

    I uninstalled itunes and reinstalled but its still the same.

    I don't know what to do!! Help please??

    Thanks :)
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