Currently Being ModeratedSep 2, 2012 1:11 PM (in response to GDawson)
Same thing happened to me, but I found a very simple solution. You have to open the file with itunes once it's downloaded. Once it's opened in this way then you can sync. I opened it originally from a dowload that I purchased and it wouldn't sync. But, when I actually opened the file that was saved in my documents and opened it with itunes, it save it in itunes and I was able to sync.
Hope this helps!
Currently Being ModeratedSep 3, 2012 8:08 AM (in response to redpola)
I purhased an audio from a website I frequent and when I originally downloaded it....it would not sync, keep saying the file could not be located. So I saved it in my documents and then re-opened it there. That's when I opened with itunes and was able to sync to my iphone.
Not sure what you mean by I couldn't?????
Currently Being ModeratedDec 26, 2012 11:45 AM (in response to GDawson)
I too have had the trouble. Between files somehow becoming corrupted (hope I can find backups or the original CD) and this issue, I've spent the better part of 2 hours of syncing, going into the library and redownloading, then syncing, then back to the library, etc. I think I've finally got all tracks in good order, I'm sure I'll find more down the line, but at least it seems to be syncing the majority of my library.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 10, 2013 7:54 AM (in response to stevejones1588)
Thank you stevejones1588!
I'm running iTunes 11.0.1(12) with an iPhone 5 (6.1) named "Cologne."
In iTunes, I made a playlist ("new") with one song that I wanted to move to my iPhone:
File/New/Playlist/typed in "new"
Songs/then dragged the song over to the playlist window.
Then I clicked the "iPhone" button. Then I clicked the "On this iPhone" button.
But when I selected the playlist "new" next to the "Autofill From:" dropdown menu, and then clicked on the "Autofill" button, I got the following error:
"iTunes cannot add any songs to the iPhone Cologne because no songs in the playlist new can be copied to this iPhone."
So, I took your advice.
I control-clicked on the problematic song, and selected "Create AAC Version." And then I put that copy of the song into playlist new instead of the old copy (which I had purchased and downloaded back in 2009).
That did the trick!
Currently Being ModeratedMar 19, 2013 10:44 PM (in response to shaco)
how do you keep your playlists while using the "autofill" option? every time i use "autofill" to transfer songs from my iTunes library to my iPhone/iPod my playlists get automatically deleted!
Currently Being ModeratedMay 5, 2013 12:47 AM (in response to GDawson)
The program is called mp3 tools and I used it to turn about 70 WMAs into iTunes Mp3s. I think it's trial software, but if you're just using it for one file, you shouldn't have a problem.
Hope this helps.
Or Now you can download iTunes 11 and try it again,