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Use Home Sharing to share iTunes content with other devices

To use Home Sharing , make sure that all of your devices are on the same home network. In some cases, you might need an Internet connection.You’ll need the latest version of iTunes and iOS.Choose a device below to set up and use Home Sharing .

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On each of your devices, check that you've turned on Home Sharing .

iTunes 11 for Windows: Use Home Sharing to import items from another iTunes library

Use Home Sharing to import items from another iTunes library You can use Home Sharing to import items from up to five iTunes libraries on other computers on your home network. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID. When you use a computer on your Home Sharing network to download an item from the iTunes Store, you can have the item download automatically to other computers on your Home Sharing network. Turn on Home Sharing Choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn On Home Sharing . Type your Apple ID and password, and click Turn On Home Sharing . If you don’t have an Apple ID, click “Don’t have an Apple ID?” and follow the onscreen instructions. Using the same Apple ID, repeat steps 1 and 2 on each computer. Import items from other libraries using Home Sharing Choose a computer on your Home Sharing network from the Library pop-up menu. The library loads and a list of categories appears. Choose a category (Music, for example). In the Show menu at the bottom of the iTunes window, choose “Items not in my library.” Select the items you want to import, and click Import. Automatically import new iTunes Store purchases from another computer Choose a computer on your Home Sharing network from the Library pop-up menu. Choose a category (Music, for example). Click Settings at the bottom of the window. In the window that appears, select “Automatically transfer new purchases from Library Name.” Select the types of items you want to import. Click OK. Turn off Home Sharing On each computer, choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn Off Home Sharing . Tip:   If a shared computer doesn’t appear when Home Sharing is on, turn Home Sharing off, and then turn it on again. Use the Remote app to control your iTunes library Manage your iTunes Store account Usage rights for iTunes Store purchases

iTunes 11 for Mac: Use Home Sharing to import items from another iTunes library

Use Home Sharing to import items from another iTunes library You can use Home Sharing to import items from up to five iTunes libraries on other computers on your home network. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID. When you use a computer on your Home Sharing network to download an item from the iTunes Store, you can have the item download automatically to other computers on your Home Sharing network. Turn on Home Sharing Choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn On Home Sharing . Type your Apple ID and password, and click Turn On Home Sharing . If you don’t have an Apple ID, click “Don’t have an Apple ID?” and follow the onscreen instructions. Using the same Apple ID, repeat steps 1 and 2 on each computer. Import items from other libraries using Home Sharing Choose a computer on your Home Sharing network from the Library pop-up menu. The library loads and a list of categories appears. Choose a category (Music, for example). In the Show menu at the bottom of the iTunes window, choose “Items not in my library.” Select the items you want to import, and click Import. Automatically import new iTunes Store purchases from another computer Choose a computer on your Home Sharing network from the Library pop-up menu. Choose a category (Music, for example). Click Settings at the bottom of the window. In the window that appears, select “Automatically transfer new purchases from Library Name.” Select the types of items you want to import. Click OK. Turn off Home Sharing On each computer, choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn Off Home Sharing . Tip:   If a shared computer doesn’t appear when Home Sharing is on, turn Home Sharing off, and then turn it on again. Use the Remote app to control your iTunes library Manage your iTunes Store account Usage rights for iTunes Store purchases

iTunes 12 for Windows: Use Home Sharing to import items from another iTunes library

You can use Home Sharing to import items from up to five iTunes libraries on other computers. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID.Any time you download an item from the iTunes Store to a computer in your Home Sharing network, you can have the item automatically downloaded to the other computers in the network as well.Turn on Home SharingFollow these steps on each computer you want to include in your Home Sharing network. Choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn On Home Sharing . Type your Apple ID and password, and click Turn On Home Sharing . If you don’t have an Apple ID, click “Don’t have an Apple ID?” and follow the onscreen instructions. Import items from other libraries using Home Sharing Click the Sharing button near the top left of the iTunes window, and choose a library from the pop-up menu. Click the button for the type of content you want to import (Music, for example) near the top left of the window. Click the Show pop-up menu at the bottom of the iTunes window and choose “Items not in my library.” Select the items you want to import, and click Import. Automatically import new iTunes Store purchases from another computer Click the Sharing button near the top left of the iTunes window, and choose a library from the pop-up menu. Click the button for the type of content you want to import (Music, for example) near the top left of the window. Click Settings at the bottom of the window. In the window that appears, select the types of items you want to automatically import. Click OK. Turn off Home Sharing On each computer, choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn Off Home Sharing.Tip: If a shared computer doesn’t appear when Home Sharing is on, turn Home Sharing off, and then turn it on again.Use the Remote app to control your iTunes libraryManage your iTunes Store accountUsage rights for iTunes Store purchases

iTunes 12 for Mac: Use Home Sharing to import items from another iTunes library

You can use Home Sharing to import items from up to five iTunes libraries on other computers. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID.Any time you download an item from the iTunes Store to a computer in your Home Sharing network, you can have the item automatically downloaded to the other computers in the network as well.Turn on Home SharingFollow these steps on each computer you want to include in your Home Sharing network. Choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn On Home Sharing . Type your Apple ID and password, and click Turn On Home Sharing . If you don’t have an Apple ID, click “Don’t have an Apple ID?” and follow the onscreen instructions. Import items from other libraries using Home Sharing Click the Sharing button near the top left of the iTunes window, and choose a library from the pop-up menu. Click the button for the type of content you want to import (Music, for example) near the top left of the window. Click the Show pop-up menu at the bottom of the iTunes window and choose “Items not in my library.” Select the items you want to import, and click Import. Automatically import new iTunes Store purchases from another computer Click the Sharing button near the top left of the iTunes window, and choose a library from the pop-up menu. Click the button for the type of content you want to import (Music, for example) near the top left of the window. Click Settings at the bottom of the window. In the window that appears, select the types of items you want to automatically import. Click OK. Turn off Home Sharing On each computer, choose File > Home Sharing  > Turn Off Home Sharing.Tip: If a shared computer doesn’t appear when Home Sharing is on, turn Home Sharing off, and then turn it on again.Use the Remote app to control your iTunes libraryManage your iTunes Store accountUsage rights for iTunes Store purchases

I have an external hard drive with a shared music folder, which I can access (from Home Sharing) and play music on my Windows computer. On my new Mac, I can see the drive in Home Sharing but not play any music. What's the solution?

I have an external network hard drive with a shared music folder (WD MyBookLive), which I can access from Home Sharing and play music on my Windows computers. On my new Mac, I can see the drive and the music in Home Sharing but the tracks will not play. All the other authorized computers in my home network show up in Home Sharing and I can play the content. What's the solution?

HT202190 Home Sharing of Photos with Apple TV problems. My Apple TV will work for about twenty minutes then will tell me it is not connected to Home Sharing.

What is causing my Apple TV to show my photos for about 20 minutes and then report that Home Sharing is not on? I purchased Apple TV so that I could use my Photos on a TV screen for references for oil painting. It is a grand idea but Apple TV stops after about 20 minutes and says that Home Sharing must be turned on in ITunes. Home Sharing is still on. I turn it off and turn it back on and then it works again. What could cause this.

I imported CDs on my home computer into iTunes no problem. When I checked iTunes on my laptop, the CDs are not ther. Home sharing is on. Not sure how to find them know? Pls help

I Imported CDs into iTunes from my desktop computer. when I opened iTunes on my labptop, the imported CDs were not there. Home sharing is on in both computers. how do I get the imported CDs on my labptop? Music Didn't transfer from one device to another. thx

Will home sharing continue to work while out of the country?  I want to make sure my library is accessible from my macbook while I'm in Europe, so that I can leave my iPod at home.

Will home sharing continue to work while out of the country?  I want to make sure my library is accessible from my macbook while I'm in Europe, so that I can leave my iPod at home .

All of my iTunes music is on an ext. hard drive connected to my home network through a router. Is there any way that devices that are part of my iTunes home sharing network can access music on this ext. hard drive without my laptop computer being on?

All of my iTunes music is on an ext. hard drive connected to my home network through a router. Is there any way that devices that are part of my iTunes home sharing network can access music on this ext. hard drive without my laptop computer being on?   Additional information:  The laptop computer is what I used to setup all the music, via iTunes, that is located on the external hard drive connected through the home network router.

HT201060 if i have family sharing how do i use home sharing?

I have three kids and a wife all signed into family sharing . For the home sharing within iTunes, do i use their each unique iCloud id, or do we use the same billing id for everyone?

I cannot find the "Show pop-up menu" to import songs via home sharing

The current instructions for the most current verison of itumes on 3/31/15 (12.1.1.4 for Windows 7, 64 bit machine) state, at step 3 for "Importing items from other libraries using home sharing "::   "Click the Show pop-up menu at bottom of the iTunes window and choose 'items not in my library'."   I cannot find the "Show pop-up menue at bottom of iTunes window" - can anyone help me in how to recognize and/or find it?

Home sharing problems iPad iPhone pauses

Home sharing from PC does not work properly. Films purchased from Apple iTunes keep pausing on playback and eventually stop playback all together. This happens frequently during the playback of films. The same films work perfectly when home shared to apple tv3 and Apple tv4 so it's not network or anything obvious on PC

I set my sister up for home sharing, but it has her as a child and she is an adult. How do I change her ID?

I set my sister up for home sharing , but it has her as a child and she is an adult. How do I change her ID to reflect that she is an adult?

I turned off home sharing but i still see my brothers music library and i didn't even connect or anything. how do i get his music out of my iTunes?

Welcome to the Apple Community. It sounds like his content has already been copied into your library, in which case turning home sharing off won't make any difference, you will need to delete all his music manually from your library.

Unable to turn on home sharing - have tried it all

Hi all,   As I pull the last remaining hairs out of my head trying to fix this, I throw it out to the Apple community to hopefully help me here.   I cannot for the life of me, get home sharing to work between my Mac Mini (late 2012 model) and any iOS devices on my wifi network (iPhone 4, 4s and iPad 2).   And when I say I've tried it all, I mean I've tried it all:   * made sure my router settings were set as per Apple's requirements (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4199?viewlocale=en_US&locale

Home Sharing timeout?

I have activated home sharing for my iTunes media library. All fine, I can access it from my Apple TV. However, the next day Apple TV does not find the library anymore. I need to deactivate and reactivate home sharing , then all is fine. Same next day, and next day, and...   I have an iMac and an Apple TV4, but I had the same issues before when my media library was on a Mac Mini and I used Apple TV 2. Connection between the 2 devices is through a WLAN modem and a Devolo Powerline device (iMac

HT203311 home share not sharing

My home share does not share my music or any thing

How do i turn on home sharing on iTunes on my computer

How do i turn on home sharing in iTunes on my computer

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