IOS update frustration

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  1. Silverback

    Silverback iPF Noob

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    I think I can't see the forest because these darn tree's are in the way. Every time I do an IOS update I have to manually download every song in my iCloud library to my IOS devices. What am I not doing correctly?

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    I don't use iCloud to make backups, but I believe that if your music is in iTunes, the iCloud backup doesn't include that music. So, you will have to put it on the iPad manually.

    I could be wrong (often am) but it makes sense to me. :)

    Marilyn
     
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    Thanks. I'm having a hard time believing that I will have to manually reload my library every time there is an IOS update.
     
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    Apple suggested using a laptop to backup music. Then sync the IOS devices after updating IOS. Thanks again.

    Scott
     
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