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  • Anonymous
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    #11 |

    Yes it does.

    When you browse your music library you will see all the songs available from iCloud. If you have changed the iTunes Match configuration in the system settings to only show files which have been downloaded, then only downloaded songs will be shown.

    Note – You may see an “Unsupported File Type” message if the song has not been downloaded to your device. Go into the Music app on your device and ensure the song is downloaded before attempting to open it with Anytune. Unfortunately, Apple does not provide a means for Anytune to download the song automatically on your behalf.

    Also see changes made in iTunes Match on iOS6 and iOS7.

    gridlock evil
    Participant
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    #4831 |

    All right now

    parham
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    #4890 |

    I don’t understand is there anyway I can see a video tutorial, could you direct me to a site?

    tony_anytune
    Keymaster
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    #4891 |

    Anytune can play files in your device’s music library. Anytune will automatically show you songs that have been sync’d from iTunes to your device (downloaded to your music device’s library). You can also see songs that are available for download but not yet in our Library.

    These will show as greyed out and when you tap to play this song you will a message:

    iTunes Match: “This song has not been downloaded yet. Please go into the Music app and download this song.”

    Anytune has a Setting > Show All iTunes Music that allows you to hide songs that are not physically downloaded to your device.

    Have a look @ http://anytune.us/blog/faq-items/importing-fails-problem/

    anytune.us/contact-us and tell us what you would like to do and i will look for a video that may help.

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