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i couldn't find my mp3 in my iphone. Where are they after sync.?

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi there;

I couldn't find my mp3 in my iphone. Where are they after sync.?

I am new to iphone religion. So, please be gentle. I had only a ipod nano, before this.

Kind regards
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Question by:jazzIIIlove
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When syncing your Iphone/Ipod with Itunes there is an option to manually manage songs. If you don't do that then when it syncs it will put whatever is in the default song library onto your phone. If for some reason your setting aren't right or your music library on your itunes is empty then syncing your iphone may have caused your songs to be "erased". Otherwise I may have misunderstood your question. If that is the case please let me know but the iphone sync should work nearly identical to ipod sync. It's a matter of your settings in Itunes though.
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Perhaps you just need to run the iPod app on your phone.  Look for the app in the bottom row of apps on the phone - it is orange and it's called iPod.

Once in there, you should be able to see your mp3 under Songs.
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