My family has 3 iDevices (iPad and 2 iPhones).
We use the same iTunes account for all devices.
My wife purchased two episodes of a children's show using her phone. I would like to transfer them to the iPad, but the shows are not transferring to the computer, therefore I cannot get them onto the iPad.
Is this not allowed? Perhaps I am missing a step... shouldn't this be as simple as attaching the phone to the laptop and letting iTunes backup/synch as normal? That is all it takes for apps... (once the purchasing iDevice has synched, the apps are available to transfer onto any of my other compatible iDevices).
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