Like all hard drives, the drive inside your iPod is not actually erased when you delete your music.
Turning this off stops it doing that, and it should just place it in the music folder. You will also need to untick the option for "copy to iTunes media folder when adding to library", so that it doesn't move your files. Then, you'd need to separate all your mp3 and m4a tracks, putting them in the relative folders.
Problem with this is you will break all the filepaths in iTunes, so you'll need to clear all tracks from the library, then re-add the entire collection again, so the file paths are associated with the new locations. Next, whenever you want to add new music, you'll need to move it manually to the correct folder on your NAS, then drag it into iTunes to populate it in the library.
The Automatically add to Library folder will not work for you anymore well, it will, but it won't place the files in the folders you want and dragging from the desktop into iTunes won't write a copy of the files to the NAS - it will just link them from the desktop.
So you need to have them in the location you want them first, then add them to the iTunes interface. To me, that sounds like a LOT of work, and really not worth itWhile I don’t have iTunes on my cell phone they do play through a MP3 player.
I use the My Cloud app on my phone to get to the music. I have to open it up through the iTunes Media.
You don't have write access for your iTunes Media folder or a folder within it. To change permissions, right click your iTunes media folder in Explorer, and choose properties." Of course, I've done that and had a look. For all users on my computer, they appear to have full access.
Feb 03, · hello, i just got an ipod nano and each time i try to add songs from my itunes library to the ipod, this keeps popping up, "itunes could not save to your music folder because you do not have write timberdesignmag.com: Resolved. Feb 24, · "You don't have write access for your ITunes Media folder or a folder within it.
To change permissions, right click your ITunes Media folder in Explorer, and choose Properties" It seemed easy enough to fix but I'm not seeing the obvious answer. Sep 01, · When first time iTunes try to do a photo synchronization it will create a folder on your mac or Windows computer named “iPhone or iPod Photo Cache“.
It will located at: It will located at: User ->Pictures ->iPhoto Library ->iPod/iPhone Photo Cache.
Sep 01, · Plus they are in a folder that is named mp3. The mp3 folder is a subfolder in downloaded ringtones. I thought maybe since this mp3 folder appeared first and was named mp3 it was stopping at that folder and only playing those songs.