How do you find what songs are on your computer but not on your iPod and only upload those songs to your iPod?
No matter what the music file format is, u can upload them to ur ipod if u convert them first.
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If your ipod already has songs from an itunes library from one computer how can you put those songs into an itunes library on another computer?
plug your ipod into the new computer (must have itunes installed) and open itunes. a box should pop up asking you if you want to transfer the songs from the ipod to the computer. click yes and there you go!
Answer . Actually, you can even without the use of third party software. With your ipod connected to your machine find the ipod, allow the folder to show hidden files, and open up your ipod folder. Copy "iPod_Control" onto your computer and have iTunes add that folder to your music collection, th…at folder contains all your music on your iPod. (MORE)
once you put the song that you want on to itunes then you plug in your iPod and then it should say...Bobs (not really bob but your name will be there) iPod with a picture of an iPod then it should download all by itself if not then i would get that checked! Then once its done you click that little p…icture of an iPod that's next to where it says "Bobs" iPod then u just pull it out of the connecter then ta-da your songs should be on there! Answer copy it to your library then download it (MORE)
Unless your ipod is hacked, it is not possible to download your library onto a computer. You could however, use your ipod as a thumb drive or a disk drive and physically place the song files you want moved onto it, and move them off onto the new computer.
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:
I know an iPod Transfer program. It will help you sync songs, movies, photos from iTunes to iPod, iPod to iPod, iPod to computer local disk. And also you can reference the iPod Manager, it not only can transfer files but also can create and edit the playlist for iPod or iPhone.
First you open limewire and have itunes open as well but your looking at the limewire screen. Click on and highlight the downloaded song you want to transfer. Then drag it without letting go of the mouse button over the itunes rectangle near your start menu. It should pop up. Still not letting go of… the mouse drag it over the word library in the left hand side bar, and release. Now the song will be in your music so just plug in your ipod and put the song in your folder. YOu can also drag more than one song at a time. (MORE)
Yes you can. To put a song on your Apple device, you must first put it on iTunes. You can do that buy importing a mp3 file from your computer, or purchasing it from iTunes directly. Then you can sync iTunes with your device which copies the songs onto it.
Yes, you can download songs from a desktop computer to an iPod. Allyou would need to do is connect the iPod to your computer with thechord that came with it, and transfer the songs from iTunes.
You can transfer songs from your computer to your iPod byconnecting your iPod to your computer with the iPod chord that youreceived when purchasing it. Once it is connected, simply drag thesongs from your library to your player.
You can try downloading the song again to fix the problem. You mayalso be having technical problems with your iPod.
You need to plug in the wire that came along with the iPod, go to iTunes, and buy the song, movie or video you want. You can also go to some other music website and buy or download music from there.
1. Go to downloads.nl. 2. Go to Music at the top then search the song. 3. Click the song you like then click download. 4. Click save and save the song in my music.. 5. Make sure you have iTunes installed. Install if you don't. Then open my music and right click the song and click Open with < Itu…nes.. 6. Also plug in your iPod. The songs are free. (MORE)
To transfer songs from a computer on to your iPod, u need to download itunes. from there once you have your music on your itunes, u should be able to connect your iPod to your computer using the "usb" cord. normally itunes will detect that a iPod is connected, it will show u the statistics of ur iPo…d(how much memory you have left etc) If the iPod doesn't add your music you've selected, you can click sync iPod. which should work. good luck (MORE)
Well Lets See No! :) -Starduskk! (: Yes there is stardumb. Plug your ipod into the computer through a wire thing. If you have itunes all of your songs are already on the computer. I know there is a way to do it.
You cannot upload additional songs onto another Apple iPod. \n. \nOnly the entire iTunes library on the computer wil be transferred. Anything already on the iPod will be erased.
Connect your iPod to your computer using a USB and iTunes will automatically sync your songs.
Make sure the songs are in iTunes. If you do not have iTunes, download it from apple.com. Then Plug your cord into the iPod. Plug the USB end into your computer. Go to iTunes, then click on your iPod under devices. then click sync and wait.
Not at all. MP3 players of any make can play downloaded music.. For more information see Related links below this box
you put your piece to your ipod then you put the piece into the computer then you go to download .com then you search your favorite song the you try to download it.
You can either use iTunes or an alternative manager. If you use iTunes, you need to know that it is the most widely used program to do this, but it is also very heavy and takes long time to open and sync your iPod. That's why I rather use an alternative application to add songs from my PC to my iTou…ch (firmware 1.1.4). It's pretty cool and easy to use. I leave the link on the related links section. Good luck :). (MORE)
Currently, you cannot drag songs from your iPod onto a computer; you may only put songs from the computer onto the iPod, not vice versa. Therefore, there is nowhere to go to get songs on the iPod onto the computer.
You will plug in your iPod to your computer, and open the iPod software. Once you have done so you can save a song to your desktop (Usually right click) or try dragging and dropping the song to your desktop. It all depends on the software.
itunes is the only legal way. Its not like others where you can click and drag into it.
if you use a PC you can select show hidden files and folders in tools-folder options-view and then ghostly shades of files will appear on the ipod after you click on it then you can copy them to another file and change them to normal instead of hidden so itunes can use it and then move the regular f…ile to the itunes library file the file you copy is in ipod control-music then copy the files with drag and drop or you could just drag and drop into itunes folder by folder. if you use a mac it's the same, but to show hidden files and folders is through "terminal" in applications and type . defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -bool true then type "killall Finder" without quotes and then do the other steps same as windows then you will want to re-hide folders and do that by reversing windows or typing . defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles -bool false then "killall Finder" without quotes and your done BE SURE NOT TO SYNK UNTILL AFTER THIS IS DONE (MORE)
If you have the program Itunes, you should be able to just plug in your USB cord to your computer and your ipod at the other end, and everything you have in Itunes should sync onto the ipod.
you have to download i-tunes and then you dont have to buy the songs you download frostwire and you put all the songs you want on frostwire den download the for free to your i-tunes then plug in ur APPLE i-pod using the sb cable that cane with it click download and there yi go :) hope it helped >>
\n. \n. \nplug your ipod into your computer and open itunes.\n. \non the left side your ipod icon should appear under the devices menu.\n. \nclick on your ipod icon.\n. \na new screen should pop up displaying your ipod type, memory, ect. \n. \nat the top of the new screen there is a music tab …click on that.\n. \nthere should be about four check boxes then click on the manually manage music box.\n. \nit will ask if you want to do this click yes.\n. \nafter that drag and drop song onto your ipod icon.\n. \n. \n. \ntips \n. \nto select multiple songs hold control on your keyboard and click on multiple songs.\n. \nOR\n. \nhold shift and pick two songs and it will highlight everything in between. \n. \ndrag onto your ipod :D\n. \nYOU CAN EVEN GET SONGS FROM MULTIPLE COMPUTERS THIS WAY (MORE)
Will deleting songs from your computer after uploading them to your iPod prevent your computer from slowing down?
In most cases, no. Only if your hard drive is very full could this course of action affect your computer's performance, and even then the effect would be minimal. Not to mention that the next time you went to update the songs on your iPod, you would completely lose the songs you deleted. Computers s…low down because of the number of processes running, not because of the number of files on the hard drive. It would be more wise to remove unused programs if you want to prevent your computer from slowing down than it would be to delete files, such as songs. And of course, you want to check for viruses and spyware which may compromise your system and reduce performance. Keep your songs; they aren't slowing down your computer. (MORE)
You can use an ipod to computer transfer program to help. I personally use this iPad/iPhone/iPod to Computer Transfer. It helps me to transfer my songs/videos/photos/playlists etc from ipod to my new computer directly and safely. It works well for me. Free download it at: ipodtocomputercopy. It… even has step-by-step guide on the whole process. (MORE)
To transfer song from an iPod to a computer, you need to connectthe iPod to the computer and turn on the USB mass storage. Once,the USB mass storage has been turned on, the songs can then betransferred.
you need a program called iTunes . once you get it there are video tuturials to help get you set up
you can do this two ways, . 1.You can plug in the ipod and when the sync window opens,close it.Then open my computer,select your ipod and transfer your music manually . 2.Plug your ipod into the computer you set it up on.Rip the music on it onto a CD or flash drive,then put the CD or flash drive i…nto the other computer and again transfer the music manually . I suggest the first option. (MORE)
If your using a CD to upload it. First insert the CD with your iPod connected to the computer. Then the CD should come up onto itunes. Next on the side of your computer it should say import CD. After it is uploaded into your library go to edit... select all... and drag it into your devices (or the f…ile with your name on it.) (MORE)
I actually did that. Go to itunes. File>Library> then insert a DVD or CD then click back up to disk. Then put it in your other computer then drag all of your songs into itunes! then sync into your iPod! hope this works!
Yes, you can transfer songs from your computer to your new iPod. You first must have the latest version of iTunes, which can be download for Mac or PC from Apple.com. Once you have iTunes, you can easily import songs from your computer to your iPod.
you have to click on the circle button for a couple seconds and wen they start shaking you can click on the X buttons your welcome for your answer!!! ^^^ Wrong. That is how to delete an app.
You could make a separate file with only your music. If that doesn't work get a computer geek. GOOD LUCK.
You press your iPod Touch name under the Devices and press sync on the bottom right hand corner. (It will sync everything like pictures, music, videos, and apps)
You plug your Ipod in and go to iTunes then file at the top left of the page and scroll down to...transfer purchases from "(name of Ipod)"......then it will do it automatically for you. The songs will be located in your library and recently added.
If your songs have been purchased from the iTunes store, then yes. If the song was put on a CD that you don't have, then you cannot transfer it to your computer. If you want to transfer files from your iPod that have been purchased on iTunes, hook your iPod to your computer. Right-click on the iPod'…s icon and click on "Transfer Purchases." If you have more than one type of stuff on your iPod, then it will transfer only one file type at a time (For example: if you have purchased TV shows and songs, it will transfer only one of those at one time. Then you have to click on the option again to transfer the other files.) (MORE)
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When you attach an ipod to a computer for the first time it will ask you if you want to manage your music automatically or manually. Automatically means that every time you hook up your ipod it will sync all the songs from your itunes library to the ipod and wipe out all songs on your ipod that are …not in your itunes library. Manually means that when you hook up your ipod it will not sync anything: You have to manually drag the songs from itunes to your ipod. Now if you want to go the other way (get music from your ipod and put it in itunes) that's harder. Itunes doesn't allow you to burn discs from playlists on your ipod so you need to be creative. What you have to do is go to "My Computer" and under the folder options you need to "show hidden files and folders". The ipod music is hidden (for safety reasons) so depending on your computer you'll need to do a bit of searching. Once you find them they'll be labeled with code letters (AJDK for e.g. ) Some will show you the title of the song when you put your cursor over them or check the file properties, but otherwise when you click on them they'll be added to your itunes library. A lot of work for just a simple thing but it works every time. (MORE)
Well first do you have itunes or some other music place if you do you can get the white cord that comes with the ipod if you lost it you can just buy some.then you re ipod will show up on the computer then you click and drag songs to you re ipod on the computer (but before downloading songs you have… to register you re ipod) HOPE THIS HELPED!!!!! (MORE)
To put a song on your Apple device, you must first put it on iTunes. You can do that buy importing a mp3 file from your computer, or purchasing it from iTunes directly. Then you can sync iTunes with your device which copies the songs onto it.
I have my iPod Nano, and when I made my account, it had those free songs for our account. When I plugged in my iPod to get my songs I bought, it also added the free songs. I didn't want them! Help me!
How do you take Christmas songs off your IPod and put them back on at Christmas time and only play those songs?
The easy way to do what you want to do is to make a file called Christmas songs and list the songs in that file. It will stay on your IPod, but you just don't listen to them. You could also go in Itunes and uncheck the songs in your library that are Christmas songs. Do a sync of your library to your… IPod and the songs will stay in the library, but not be on the IPod. When you want them back go in to Itunes and check them, sync, and they will be back on your IPod. If you want only Christmas songs you would check all the songs that are not Christmas and sync. Either way the songs stay in your Itunes library, but are not on the IPod. (MORE)
Here are the instructions on how to transfer songs from your ipod to computer on windows Vista: Start by connecting the iPod to computer using an Apple iPod USB. If iTunes opens and asks you to sync your iPod with the iTunes library click NO. Next, open My Computer on Windows computers and look for… the iPod drive. Now, open the iPod drive > Organise > Folder and search for Options > View > Show Hidden Files and Folders. Next, you need to open the folder named ipod_control and you should see folders with the following names: Calendars, contacts, ipod_ control, notes and photos. Now, similarly open the second ipod_control folder > Music Folder; start copying each of those folders onto your computer by creating a folder on your desktop and dragging the files into it. You are done. (MORE)
You probably have a problem with your iPod if not then you probably bought a trial or a homemade
Idk my ipod does the same thing and i cant figure it out. Some other things say to right click on the song then go to get info then click on options and see if start and stop time are correct but ive done that and it still does it. Im just gona take mine back to the store and see if they can figure …it out (MORE)