Will updating itunes erase my music

All the content on your i Pod is at stake, because syncing it with another computer will erase everything. Your scenario can be either: The computer with which you used to sync your i Pod has died, and you can no longer sync it because a new computer won’t accept it.Or, you simply want to move your entire i Tunes library to a new computer and eliminate the risk of losing everything when you sync with it.When you synchronize your i Pod with Apple's i Tunes software, it will delete all the music content in your i Pod.To resolve this, connect your i Pod to your system and click on the i Pod icon.

If this has happened to your business computer's i Tunes installation, you will have to reinstall i Tunes to get it working again.The new songs just don't show up in the Music app on my actual device.So, for example, if I add a song, for the sake of argument here, called "X" to a playlist via i Tunes, then sync my phone, the song DOES appear on my "all songs" list on my phone but it doesn't appear in the palylist I added it to on my phone.Click the "Uninstall" button and follow the prompts to uninstall it.OK, here's the deal: With the latest update to both i OS on my i Phone and to i Tunes, I can no longer sync new songs I add to my playlists to my i Phone.