Recover Lost Playlist after Upgrading iTunes to its Latest Version

Nowadays, the music world is becoming more iTunes centric. This iTunes application provides powerful synchronization feature that you can use to put content and store information on your iPod or iPhone up to date.  Actually, the main idea behind digital music is that instead of listening to songs from your favourite artists by putting a tape or CD into a standalone deck or player and playing it from beginning to end, you can copy or rip the music that’s on a CD into compressed data files on your computer. These data files don’t just have the benefit of being freed from the bulky physical medium of the tape or CD, they can also contain all kinds of essential info built right into their structure like the name of the track, artist and album, the year it was released, rating in the playlist. In order to arrange your valuable music file in such a way, you need a proper application that should be capable of doing all these things simple and intuitive. ITunes application is one of such software, which is more robust than ever!!! It gives you all kinds of possibilities for how you might prefer to organize your music. You can create as many playlists as you want. You can add new music to your library, organize it to your taste and convert it to useful forms so that you can take it with you.

Even though it provides you handful of features, there are some reasons due to which you may lose your valuable music even from iTunes application. ITunes is available in different versions. You can upgrade this application to the latest version easily. In order to avail the new features of iTunes, you just upgraded from whatever version you had to the latest iTunes version. After upgrading iTunes, when you opened the iTunes on your MacBook to play music, you found yourself gazing at a very small list of playlists!!! A number of playlists were missing!!! You were unable to access lots of music files now!!! This might be due to iTunes improper upgradation. However, are you thinking you lost all your music files permanently?? If so then you are wrong!! Though all your iTunes playlists are missing, you can recover music files that you have lost.

The iTunes Recovery Software is one such tool that helps you out in recovering lost or deleted music files from your iTunes. It can easily restore iTunes library entirely along with playlists. It has been reviewed as one of the best recovery utility available on the internet. If you have accidentally deleted music files from iTunes then also this software helps you to retrieve accidentally deleted iTunes music files. The iTunes application is also prone to corruption like any other application and due to which you may end up in losing all your valuable music files from your iTunes library. iTunes may get corrupted due to various reasons like virus attacks, improper upgrade to latest versions, application crash, power failures, improper system shutdown etc. In such case, use this powerful and advanced iTunes Recovery Software to perform music recovery from corrupted iTunes.

This software has potential to recover iTunes music from iPod on latest versions of Mac Operating Systems like Mac Snow Leopard, Mac Lion and Mac Leopard. Additionally, it can also recover iTunes songs from different models of Mac computers. For instance, if you have lost or accidentally deleted iTunes library or the iTunes library gets corrupted on your MacBook Pro then no need to worry!!!. You can manually recreate the iTunes library to get back the lost music files from your iTunes. However, it may fail if your iTunes library.xml file is also corrupted or damaged due to some reasons. In such case, you can restore iTunes library on MacBook Pro by using this iTunes Recovery software. Additionally, it also supports MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iMac computers.

Procedure to restore lost playlist after iTunes upgrade

Step 1: Download and install the iTunes Recovery Software on your Mac computer to recover songs from iTunes. After launching the software, select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen and then select “Recover Lost Photos” option from the next screen.

Recover iTunes Playlist after Upgrade

Step 2: Now, select the hard drive where the iTunes library is located and then click on “Next” option to proceed

Restore iTunes Playlist after Update

Step 3: Once the recovery process gets completed, view the recovered songs and other media files using “Preview” option.

Undelete Playlist after iTunes Update

Valuable Tips

  • Avoid any kind of interruption while upgrading iTunes to its latest version of iTunes
  • It is always recomended to take backup of essential music files and all other media from iTunes

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