IPhone :: IPod Not Showing Track Information In Audiobook?
Mar 24, 2012
Gosh, since the new update to 5.1 I can't see the track informations in the iPod on the iPhone, when I listen an audiobook.Before I can look the names of the different chapters in an audiobook, but not it shows me only "Chapter 1" "Chapter 2" and so on.Why is it so?How can I change it back, that I can see how the single tracks is named of which an audiobook is build of?
I don't know what the password is, nor do I remember setting one.How do I find out what the password is and how can i backup without it?iPhone is currently bare, as I was updating and now trying to restore backup and it keeps asking for password
I have an Problem with my Bluetooth Connection between my Sony Xperia Z3 and my Sony XAV-602BT. The Z3 connected successfully and i can play the Audio Files over my Sony XAV-602BT. But it doesn't show any Information of the Track. The Sound played and on my Radio are no Information about Title and Artist. Before i get my Z3 i had used an Iphone 5 with the same Radio and this works perfectly i had seen the Artist and Track Information on my Radio. But this doesn't work with my Z3.
I purchased music on itunes on my iphone and the songs won't show up in my music library on the phone. They are on my computer itunes library but it won't let me transfer the purchases back to my phone (which I have never had to do before). Never had this problem before this week when purchasing music on my iphone.My Itunes library on my laptop is slightly different from my Iphone library so I don't want to erase and sync the entire library.
I make audiobooks from the CD's I own, and after iOS 5.1 update the chapter names are replaced with "generic" chapter names. The time markers are intact, and I can see the chapter names in iTunes, so it must be bug in iPhone itself. I tried with older audiobooks that I know had no problem and they are all same. i.e. If you go to chapter listing, instead of chapter names. Such as:
1. Introduction 2. The Beginning 3. The Start of Something Big ...
just got the new iphone 4s. I want to listen to audiobooks while on a long overseas flight, which won't have wifi. i downloaded an audiobook off itunes, but when i turn on airplane mode, i can't play the book. is there any way to listen to audiobooks in airplan mode?
Is it possible to seek a music track by dragging/tapping the track progress bar. Or am I stuff with having ot hold the fast forward/rewind button like some kind of 1980's walkman. This lumia 820 gets worse and worse with every passing minute.
I do cross country so i run 5 miles every morning. I've been messing around with a lot of apps to track my runs. I started out with nike+ and i must say it is very feature-limited and not accurate (4.4% error after calibration) compared to GPS with the motionX app (~2% error compared to google maps). so far i've tried: -Nike+ -motionX GPS and i just downloaded Runkeeper and i'll be trying that out. Any other apps i should try? Runkeeper looks promising so far.
I have scores of apps on my iPhone (and iPad). Many, many I've never used since the day I installed them or only used a couple of times. It'd be interesting to have an app that would tell me how many times I used each, and that way I could get rid of the ones that haven't been used in the past month or two. In fact, I wouldn't even mind a mass delete of the ones I haven't used in months!
I'm thinking, though, that such an app would require inter-communication with other apps, or system-level monitoring that only Apple could provide. Hey, maybe there's something in Settings that would show that?! I know that I discovered after too many months the Usage screen buried inside Settings that tells me how much space each app is taking up.