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If you can see the album art in i Tunes, it will eventually show up in your i OS device when match is turned on.
As it is quite data intensive not all album art will show up immediately.
Tune Up uses cutting-edge acoustic fingerprinting technology to intelligently fix mislabeled song info (like "Track 01" and "Unknown Artist"), fill in missing album artwork and remove duplicate songs.
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Below are the detailed steps of how to rebuild i Tunes music library with Any Trans. Free download Any Trans and launch it on your computer, connect your i OS device to computer. All your songs will be transferred to i Tunes soon.
As each album comes to view on your screen you'll notice the album art gets downloaded and becomes available (you can confirm this by the spinning wheel icon on the top left of the status bar. Upon adding the tracks to i Tunes, it will sync and play with the proper artwork always.
For me, as good practice, I use an app like MPFreaker which actually embeds the album art into the file itself. Actually, I have found the following method to work and have been doing this for years. Find a picture or the art you want for the album and save it to your computer destop as a jpeg. Often, with the syncing and matching the art will show up on my computer within itunes but i cannot see the art on my i phone, or i pad or on apple tv.
Unfortunately, though it located 85% of my album artwork, Tune UP still cant distinguish composers, doesnt seem to know when i Tunes has used a composer's name as the album name, cant identify every album in a collection, and sometimes even 'cleans' by putting the end of an opera before the beginning!
It also only manages to recognise collections of 2-4 albums about 30% of the time and sometimes sprays collections such as operas all over my i Tunes list, putting CD one of a choral work at the begnining under B for Bach, the second CD towards the end because it lists it under S (probably for the Sebastian part, but it might be that it has recognised the composer as St Matthew' Passion) and the last CD at the middle because it lists it under J for JSBach!
I don't know if it's the easiest way, but I use Media Monkey.