Lost iTunes Playlist Recovery

Posted by: Leo Mccoy

How do I recover lost iTunes playlists?

iTunes is a default media player on Mac system as Windows media player on Windows systems. This audio playback program is developed by Apple computer. Generally, it is used to play music files by copying the songs to Mac system or importing the files from portable devices. This media player also has its own music store from where a user can download their favorite songs. Not only music files, it can also be able to play audio recordings on iTunes. In addition, it also helps you to play live streams from of internet radio stations.

The files you import into iTunes, gets saved in library. Further, these libraries can be split into different playlist. By forming the playlist, you will be able to organize and manage more amounts of music files efficiently. However, certain events that happen all of a sudden on your system might cause loss of files from iTunes playlist. In such events, you can use the backup and relieve your tensions. But what if you have not backup your iTunes? Don’t worry!! Data recovery software can be your last hope during such events. Remo Recover is one of the extensively used recovery software that enables you to restore lost iTunes playlist diligently.

Generally, when a user comes across problems in the iTunes, he tries to resolve it by himself by employing certain manual steps. If he has less knowledge about what each option does, he might end up in corrupting the iTunes applications, making the iTunes playlist inaccessible. So, better is to take the advice of technical expert in conducting such operations instead of doing manually.

Like any other applications even iTunes need to be updated periodically. However, if the update is done wrongly or if an interruption happens during the upgrade, it might affect the iTunes application and result in the loss of iTunes playlist.

After losing the files from playlist, one might keep pondering for a solution to restore lost iTunes playlist. This article is specially written to help those you are suffering from data loss. In these situations, the best idea is to use Remo Recover

Remo Recover is a perfect example for a efficient, reliable and safe recovery software. This professional recovery software has the capability to perform lost iTunes recovery on latest versions of Mac such as Mac Lion, Mac Leopard, Mac Snow Leopard and Mac Mountain Lion. Along with all these, this software allows you to recover music files of different file formats. It can be employed to practically to recover all types of file formats. Furthermore, this application even allows you to restore lost iTunes files from devices such as USB drives, memory card, internal and external hard drives and more.

Special features embedded in Remo Recover:

Preview: This option allows you to view the content of the recovered file after the scan process. In fact, it is provided in demo version, using which one can estimate the real time results even when you have not purchased the software. 

Save Recovery session: You can utilize this feature to save the current scanned results. This reduces the rescan on the next run and thus save your valuable time

Find: This functionality can be used to find the recovered files in the list based on its file signatures 


Follow these steps to retrieve lost iTunes playlists:

Step 1: Install the software on your Mac system and select "Recover Photos" from the main screen.

Restore Lost Itunes Playlist - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Go ahead and select the drive from where you lost the iTunes playlist, as illustrated in figure 2.

Recover Lost Itunes Playlist - Select Volume

Figure 2: Select Volume

Step 3: Select the type of file that you wish to recover. As illustrated in figure 3.

Lost Itunes Playlist - Select File Type

Figure 3: Select File Type

Step 4: By the end of scan a list of recovered files are displayed. Purchase the full version and save your files back

How To Retrieve A Lost Playlist In Itunes - Recovered Files

Figure 4: Recovered Files

 

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