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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 to set up and use Home Sharing :

Home Sharing Support

Get started with Home Sharing! Learn requirements for Home Sharing, how to turn on Home Sharing in iTunes, and how to set it up on your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple TV and additional computers.

Get help with Home Sharing for iTunes libraries

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

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

iTunes 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. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID. Any time you download an item from Apple Music or 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 Sharing Follow these steps on each computer you want to include in your Home

iTunes 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. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID. Any time you download an item from Apple Music or 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 Sharing Follow these steps on each computer you want to include in your Home

iTunes for Mac: Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (2nd generation or later)

Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (2nd generation or later) With Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you can stream content to your home theater system from any iTunes library in your Home Sharing network. You can also stream digital photos stored on your computer. To stream content to Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you must set up Home Sharing in iTunes and on Apple TV. For Apple TV (1st generation), see Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (1st generation

iTunes 11 for Mac: Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (2nd generation or later)

Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (2nd generation or later) With Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you can stream content to your home theater system from your iTunes library, and the iTunes libraries of all the computers in your Home Sharing network. You can also stream digital photos stored on your computer. To stream content to Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you must set up Home Sharing in iTunes and on Apple TV. You can have up to five computers in your Home Sharing

iTunes for Windows: Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (2nd generation or later)

Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (2nd generation or later) With Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you can stream content to your home theater system from any iTunes library in your Home Sharing network. You can also stream digital photos stored on your computer. To stream content to Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you must set up Home Sharing in iTunes and on Apple TV. For Apple TV (1st generation), see Play items in your iTunes library using Apple TV (1st generation

iTunes 11 for Mac: Use the Remote app to control your iTunes library

Use the Remote app to control your iTunes library If you have an iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad, you can use the Remote app to control your iTunes library from a distance. The Remote app is available as a free download from the App Store. Before you can use Remote, you need to pair it with the iTunes library (or libraries) you want to control. Your device and your computer must be on the same wireless network. If you have Remote 2.0 (or later) and Home Sharing is turned on, you can set Remote

iTunes for Mac: Use the iTunes Remote app to control your iTunes library

Use the iTunes Remote app to control your iTunes library If you have an iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad, you can use the iTunes Remote app to control your iTunes library from a distance. iTunes Remote is available as a free download from the App Store. Before you can use iTunes Remote, you need to pair it with the iTunes library (or libraries) you want to control. Your device and your computer must be on the same wireless network. If you have iTunes Remote 2.0 or later and Home Sharing is turned

iTunes for Windows: Use the iTunes Remote app to control your iTunes library

Use the iTunes Remote app to control your iTunes library If you have an iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad, you can use the iTunes Remote app to control your iTunes library from a distance. iTunes Remote is available as a free download from the App Store. Before you can use iTunes Remote, you need to pair it with the iTunes library (or libraries) you want to control. Your device and your computer must be on the same wireless network. If you have iTunes Remote 2.0 or later and Home Sharing is turned

Share your iTunes library over your home network

Home Sharing and Music Sharing are two ways that you can stream music from your computer to other devices or computers over your home network. If you want to share your music collection across all of your devices, learn about your options. You can also share purchases with other members of your family if you use Family Sharing.

iTunes for Mac: Glossary

Mixes. Genius Playlist A playlist iTunes creates of songs that go well with a song you specify. Gracenote media database An online service that contains information about audio CDs. iTunes uses this database to display a CD’s name, song titles, and so on. Home Sharing A way to share and import items from up to five iTunes libraries on other computers in your home network. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID, and all computers in the Home Sharing network must be authorized to play

iTunes 11 for Mac: Glossary

Genius Mix An ongoing playlist in a particular genre—like a commercial-free radio station playing your favorite songs—that iTunes creates from music in your library. iTunes can create up to 12 Genius Mixes. Genius playlist A playlist iTunes creates of songs that go great with a song you specify. Gracenote media database An online service that contains information about audio CDs. iTunes uses this database to display a CD’s name, song titles, and so on. Home Sharing A way to share and import items

iTunes for Windows: Glossary

information about audio CDs. iTunes uses this database to display a CD’s name, song titles, and so on. Home Sharing A way to share and import items from up to five iTunes libraries on other computers in your home network. To use Home Sharing , you must have an Apple ID, and all computers in the Home Sharing network must be authorized to play purchases made using that Apple ID. iCloud Apple’s service that stores your music, photos, apps, contacts, calendars, and more, and wirelessly pushes them to all

iTunes 11 for Windows: Glossary

Genius Mix An ongoing playlist in a particular genre—like a commercial-free radio station playing your favorite songs—that iTunes creates from music in your library. iTunes can create up to 12 Genius Mixes. Genius playlist A playlist iTunes creates of songs that go great with a song you specify. Gracenote media database An online service that contains information about audio CDs. iTunes uses this database to display a CD’s name, song titles, and so on. Home Sharing A way to share and import items

Test TCP port connectivity for Apple software

Apple software uses TCP and UDP ports for a variety of features, such as AirPlay and Home Sharing . If your software has a connectivity issue, you might experience issues including: iTunes won't detect AirPlay. iTunes, Apple TV, iOS, or Remote for iOS won't detect Home Sharing . Check to make sure that your TCP ports are open. If they're not open, work with your security software provider to allow the complete list of ports and services that Apple products use or if you need help

iTunes for Mac: Share iTunes libraries on a local network

Share iTunes libraries on a local network Up to five computers on a local network can share their iTunes libraries with each other. If a shared computer is turned on and iTunes is open, others in the network can play its shared items, but can’t import shared items into their libraries. If you want to import items from iTunes libraries on other computers in your home network, you can turn on Home Sharing . Sharing is intended for personal use only. Share your library with other computers Choose

iTunes for Mac: Sharing preferences in iTunes

but they can’t play anything without the password you specify. Home Sharing computers and devices update play counts Play counts for items in your iTunes library are updated when the items are played on other computers in your Home Sharing network, or on your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. See also Share iTunes libraries on a local network

iPhoto 9.5: View photos or slideshows on iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV

, and then disconnect the device. View your photos using Apple TV (2nd generation or later) To view photos using Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you need to have Home Sharing turned on in iTunes and on your Apple TV, your computer must be on, and iTunes must be open. For information about turning on Home Sharing , see iTunes Help. Open iTunes, and choose Advanced > Choose Photos to Share. In the window that appears, select Share Photos From, and choose a source from the pop-up menu. Choose “All photos, albums

iPhoto '11: View photos or slideshows on iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV

the device. To view your photos using Apple TV (2nd generation): To view photos using Apple TV (2nd generation), you need to have Home Sharing turned on in iTunes and on your Apple TV, your computer must be on, and iTunes must be open. For information about turning on Home Sharing , see iTunes Help. Open iTunes, and choose Advanced > Choose Photos to Share. In the window that appears, select Share Photos From, and choose a source from the pop-up menu. Choose “All photos, albums, Events, and Faces

iTunes for Windows: Share iTunes libraries on a local network

Share iTunes libraries on a local network Up to five computers on a local network can share their iTunes libraries with each other. If a shared computer is turned on and iTunes is open, others in the network can play its shared items, but can’t import shared items into their libraries. If you want to import items from iTunes libraries on other computers in your home network, you can turn on Home Sharing . Sharing is intended for personal use only. Share your library with other computers Choose

iTunes for Windows: Sharing preferences in iTunes

play anything without the password you specify. Home Sharing computers and devices update play counts Play counts for items in your iTunes library are updated when the items are played on other computers in your Home Sharing network, or on your iPod, iPhone, or iPad. See also Share iTunes libraries on a local network

If you think your Apple ID has been compromised

Store instead) Settings > Messages > Send & Receive Settings > FaceTime Mac: System Preferences > iCloud System Preferences > Internet Accounts Messages > Preferences > Accounts Facetime > Preferences > Settings Mail > Preferences > Accounts Calendar > Preferences > Accounts You should also check iCloud for Windows, your Time Capsule or Airport Base Station, and your Apple TV (for iCloud Photos or Home Sharing ).

iTunes for Mac: Apple TV overview

Apple TV overview Apple TV lets you enjoy your entire iTunes library on your home theater system. With Apple TV (2nd generation or later), you can stream content to Apple TV from any computer in your Home Sharing network. To stream content from a computer, the computer needs to be on (not in sleep mode) and iTunes needs to be open. With Apple TV (1st generation), you can stream content to Apple TV, and also sync Apple TV with your iTunes library, so you can play synced content without turning

Where can I use my Apple ID?

Game Center iBooks Store iCloud iMessage iTunes Genius iTunes Home Sharing iTunes Match iTunes Store iTunes U Mac App Store Photo Print Products  

About macOS, iOS, and iTunes server host connections and iTunes background processes

, iTunes Music Sharing, AirPlay 52231 TCP iCloud DAV Services (Contact, Calendars , and Bookmarks), Photo Stream 5350 (UDP) UDP Bonjour Service 5351 (UDP) UDP Bonjour Service 5353 (UDP) UDP Bonjour, AirPlay, and Home Sharing Services 8000-8999   Web service, Internet Radio streams 42000-42999   Internet Radio streams Learn more about TCP and UDP ports used by Apple software products. Blocked ports are often related to errors numbered in the 3000 range.

iTunes 11 for Windows: Ways to add items to iTunes

that are already on your computer Import items from other iTunes libraries on your local network using Home Sharing Import songs and podcasts from the Internet Add items from other apps using the Automatically Add to iTunes folder By default, songs and other files you import into iTunes are placed here: My Documents/My Music/iTunes/iTunes Media You can change where imported files are stored.

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