How to transfer mp3 audiobooks to iPhone using Jaws and iTunes on Windows
By simplon, 28 September, 2015
iOS and iPadOS
I'm need help step-by-step instructions to add mp3 audiobooks to my library and transfer them to my iPhone using jaws 15 and iTunes 12 for Windows 7.
I'm totally lost and do not understand the layout at all. Please help.
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1st transfer them as you
1st transfer them as you would with music. I am sure this procedure must be well documented elsewhere.
Then, in iTunes view your music by artist.
Scroll through until you find the audio book. If you have a large collection you can use "search" to help find it.
Press application key when the audio book is selected. arrow down to "get info", there is a shortcut key for this, ctrl+i.
iTunes will ask if you are sure you want to edit all items. Press enter on "Edit Items".
Next tab until you get to "Options" and press enter.
Now tab until you get to "Media Kind".
Under media kind you have a dropdown selection.
Press enter then arrow down and select Audio Book.
Tab again to "remember Playback Position" and make sure this is also ticked.
Now tab to "OK" and hit enter.
The mp3s associated with the audio book will now disappear from your music library and be moved to” Audio Books" within "Books".
Now you can choose to have audio books synched to your iPhone and when completed they should show up in iBooks on your iPhone.
Also note that in the iBooks app there is a button to choose what type of books it shows you. This needs to be either "Audio Books" or all.
Transferring MP3 files to iOS device
Connect your device to a Windows PC that has iTunes on it.
Using Windows Explorer, in your Music folder on the PC, there will be a folder entitled ""Automatically Add to iTunes".
copy your MP3 files there or a folder of MP3 files and they will be automatically transferred to your iOS device.
Note: If you move the files to this folder they disappear. so I if you want to retain a copy on your Windows PC copy the files rather than moving them.
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I have iTunes 12.3 running on my Windows 10 machine with the latest BlindTunes script and tried to follow the steps described above; but when hitting "Edit Items", the App just seems to hang up. It writes "iTunes" somewhere in the middle of my Braille display but none of the various JAWS commands (JAWS+B, JAWS cursor, arrowing Escape, etc.) allows me to figure out what's happening on screen. Even the Alt+F4 key doesn't close the App. The only thing that's working as expected is Alt+Tab, allowing me to switch to another task running. And from there, to get iTunes unlocked, the only choice I have is to restart.
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