In the iTunes app on your PC, choose Edit > Preferences, then click Sharing. Select “Share my library on my local network.” Select the items you want to share, or choose “Share entire library.” To require users to enter a password before they can see your shared items, select “Require password,” then enter a password.
Huh? Home sharing lets you share music sourced from places other than the iTunes Store, it’s family sharing that is set up for servicing iTunes Store music. Home Sharing does have its restrictions (one Apple ID only) but it isn’t intended that you be able to share everything with everybody in the world.
Does iTunes have to be open for Home Sharing to work?
If you want to use homesharing, iTunes must be running. If you do not want iTunes running, then you cannot use homesharing.
You can have as many AppleIDs as you want (each does need an email address that is NOT already in use as an AppleID), and you can use a different AppleID for any Apple service (iTunes and App store, another for iMessage, another for iCloud, another for these forums,…).
What is Home Sharing on Apple music?
Home Sharing enables music sharing from separate iTunes libraries between multiple computers in a single house connected to the same network. Follow these steps to enable Home Sharing on your computer: Ensure your devices are connected to the same network and signed into the same Apple ID.
There is no way to share Apple Music without the Family Sharing subscription. Either you subscribe to the plan or stick to keeping your individual subscription to yourself.
With Family Sharing, up to six family members can download each other’s iTunes Store purchases to their own computers and devices. Family members can also hide their purchases so others can’t download them. To use Family Sharing, you need an Apple ID, and you must be invited to join a family group.
Can I put my iTunes music on someone else’s iPhone?
The easiest way to transfer music from one iPhone to another is using the iTunes Store, but this only works with music purchased via iTunes. If you have purchased music from the iTunes Store, you will be able to instantly download it to any device you own by following these steps: Open the iTunes Store app.
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Go to Settings, tap your name, then tap Family Sharing.
- Tap your name.
- Make a note of which Apple ID is listed. …
- Tap Back to go back to Family Sharing.
- Tap Purchase Sharing and make sure that Share Purchases with Family is turned on.
- Tap Back, then tap Apple ID.
- Tap Media & Purchases.
Can you use Home Sharing with different Apple IDs?
If you have multiple Apple IDs, you can invite each of your accounts to the group, so you can share purchases from your other Apple IDs with your family.
Can you download music from Home Sharing?
Answer: A: Answer: A: You don’t. Home Sharing just allows you to share music from your computer’s iTunes Library to your devices while on the same Wifi network.
Can you use Home Sharing without WIFI?
well, for the initial set up of home sharing, you need to have an internet connection. once set up, an internet connection is not necessary anymore.
What happens if I use the same Apple ID on two devices?
You can use the same Apple ID on two phones, but you should probably do so without mirroring. Mirroring will share all the information between the two phones, even the messages, photos, and call logs. Unless this is your intention, using your Apple ID on a second phone will share your private data.
Can someone see my texts with my Apple ID?
All replies. Yes. If they can login to your iCloud then they have the exact same access as you do. iCloud has no way of knowing who is using the AppleID and signing in.
How do I separate my Apple ID from my husband?
You can’t have two email accounts tied to the same Apple ID. You need to create a new Apple ID for one of you to use. Apple ID – create a new. When changing to the new ID, there may be some data loss, but you can minimize it.