When you replace a lost iPod with a new one will you have trouble syncing your iTunes to the new iPod?
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My old itunes got erased and i have a new computer with new itunes how can i put the new songs from the new itunes to my ipod withought erasing all of the songs from my ipod and sync the new ones?
Answer it will be a gotcha lurks when you install iTunes and plug your iPod onto a new computer because iTunes is set by default to replace your iPod library with the desktop library the first time they are partnered. of course since your iTunes library is empty it will promptly wipes out your prec…ious music on the iPod leaving you with no library anywhere. so to get music off ipod to a new itunes or computer, you have get some help from 3-party programs. most of them work great and feature sync your ipod/iphone with a new empty itunes library without erasing any thing. them even let you transfer any files between different ipods and iphone. about: ipod to new itunes/computer (http://www.ipodtocomputertransfers.com/how-to-copy-itouch-songs-to-new-computer.html) (MORE)
Yes. You cannot have two iPods syncing to the same library, but ifyou get a new device, you can override the old settings with thenew ones. The new iPod will sync with your existing library.
on an ipod nano you just hook up itunes and it should pull up if your ipod is connected to the computer. if not go to "my computer" and it should be there and you can open it so it will work.
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:
\nIm not completely sure on what your asking. But if you asking if you can connect a iPod to a new iTunes library; No you cant. Apple made sure you cant because if you could they would lose money. You can do it with 3rd party software that you pay for. Google it.
Well if you know where you last used it you can always backtrack. On the other hand just search something like craigslist for a trade or go to findzer.com and search their product search engine, maybe you can find one on their for trade or for really cheap? I dont know but I lost mine too that is a …bad feeling especially when they cost 250 or more.. IF you do find a good place to get one cheap or for trade let me know lol (MORE)
go to itunes, and then on the left side, your ipods name should show up, then click on it, and when you click on it, on the bottom left, you should see something that says sync. click on it, and it should sync your ipod.
just click create new account on your itunes sign in page and create a new one for your new ipod
i believe you go under devices, click the device that you have then go under music all your music will have checks by the songs and artists. if not check the ones you want on your ipod then when your done press sync
Just sync your new iPod to you iTunes library. You can only sync your iPod to one library, but you can sync multiple iPods to that library.
1. You can't it will erase your music. 2. If you want to take music, there a few programs, I recommend Music Rescue. 3. If you want to add music, burn a disc and put it on your computer.
Yes, because iTunes is the program that runs with your iPod, so it would make sense that they would go together. iTunes is also easy to use, and works well with your iPod, so its a good program to have if you have your iPod. They were meant to go together.
First, connect your iPod to your computer using the USB cord that comes with your iPod. After plugging you iPod into your computer, iTunes should open automatically, unless you have changed your settings. There will be information about your iPod that will pop up and there will be an option to sync …you iPod. Most of the time the sync will start automatically. (MORE)
I had trouble with this, too. It's pretty simple. All you do is open iTunes, (make sure your iPod is plugged into your computer) click File and near the bottom of the list, it says "Transfer purchased music from iPod". Just click on that, and your done! (except for the waiting part...)
How do you sync your iPod to a new computer that already has iTunes associated with a different iPod?
You have to choose the "Manually Manage Muisic" check box then you only sync the music you want
you get a cord and plug it into to the USB port and itunes will pop up and you drag songs to the the little side bar that pops up on the side of the screen.
Do you have to register your iPod on iTunes before you can sync your iPod if not how do you sync it?
If you don't want to sync, you can trick iTunes. Just check off the box on your device summary on iTunes that says "automatically manage media". This will allow you to click and drag songs from iTunes onto your device. No worrying about checks next to songs anymore.
In your iTunes, make sure that when you plug in your iPod, it isbeing read by your iTunes. From there, go and click on your iPod's name. When it pops up, itshould be on the left side of the iTunes library. Once you've done that, click on the applications, and it shouldshow all of the apps that you… have. Make sure that all apps arechecked in the check box to the left and try to sync. If it doesn't work, then you'll have to authorize your apps. Clickon 'Store' at the top of your iTunes, and then click on authorizecomputer, and it should do so. Once you have done that, re-check all your apps (or they mayalready be checked) and just sync them. That should fix yourproblem. (MORE)
Your brother and you share an itunes account and he cannot sync is ipod although he has done it before on your computer you got a new ipod and he has not synced since then it saysUSBnotrecognized?
That might be because you can only authorize ONE computer with ONE iPod. Sorry if this doesnt answer your question. I couldn't understand it very well. I answered it the best i could.
If you lost your ipod touch and buy a new one can you put all the data on the new one from your old itunes library?
yes,u can still sync to PC,but cant sync to different PC unless u check manual sync ,but u will have no problem getting your old library onto your new iPod
My ipod touch is synced with another itunes library but I need it to connect with another itunes library i can't earase it because all my songs would be deleted so how would i sync with a new itunes?
you usually have the option to not delete all your data (song or whatever) when connecting your ipod to another computer, just make sure you don't sync your ipod with that other library.
You can burn it onto a disc by making a playlist, inserting a blank CD-ROM into your disk drive, the selecting "burn disc" after clicking on the playlist.
Syncing depends on several things. This is for Mac: 1. The iPod battery needs to be charged. Let it charge for a while if it ran down. 2. Both iTunes and the iPod need to be running the latest software. Update both, especially if you have reset the iPod, which defaults to the on-board software.… 3. The computer has to have the correct permissions to write to the iPod. Fix permissions with Disk Utility. 4. The connection has to be available. USB links sometimes get confused. Change the port used to connect to the iPod, or restart the computer with the iPod unplugged, then plug it in. 5. The file system of the iPod has to be readable. If it got messed up, reset the iPod by holding the MENU spot and the CENTER spot at the same time until the Apple Logo appears. You will also have to re-install updated software using iTunes if you do this. This will erase all the files on the iPod and clear up the system. (MORE)
When your ipod in the computer it usually does it for you automatically, but if it doesn't then just go to devices section by where your purchased songs section is. Then afer you click on Alexa's ipod or whatever your name is. Then in the bottom right corner of the page it will say sync then you c…lick on it then it puts the songs on your ipod and that's it. (MORE)
u hook it up to the computer and donload the latest verision of itunes then when its all done when u go in ur ipod touch file it should say restore click on thet and it will restore ur ipod touch to just the way u bought it hope that helped
My iPod wont sync new music i can delete songs but not upload new ones even though it says it has finished syncing the new songs arent on there?
does anyone know why? cuz my ipod does the same. like i have new songs but they're not in my ipod for some reason. u know what have you tried to contact itunes support team or what ever maybe they can help. I'll do it and if it worked you can try.
yeah, but you might be able to download a new software on there to download music on your ipod but if desperate you can get a zune mp3 player they are nice and pretty cheap
If you have a new ipod can you sync all your songs from your exsisting itunes library to your new ipod?
Yes. All the songs form your library will be transferred to the iPod, and the library will not be harmed.
it's easy, but if you have a mac its near impossible... this tutorial is for windows: #1: before installing itunes, plug you ipod in. this process will work with itunes installed, but it is a bigger hassle #2: go to "my computer" or "computer", depending on what version of windows you have #3: t…ools>folder options> click on "show hidden files and folders" #4: in the computer or my computer menu, click on you ipod. sometimes it will show up as "removable disc" #5: once in the ipod, click on the transparent folder named "ipod_control" #6: right- click on the transparent folder "music" #7:select "copy" #8 find a place on your computer you want your music to be stored. once you've done that, paste the folder (edit>paste or ctrl+v) #9 this should take several minutes #10 right click on the copied folder and select "properties" #11 uncheck the box that says "hidden" press ok. say ok to any box that pops up asking about whether the settings should be applies to subfolders #12 rename the folder anyhting you'd like #13 open itunes #14 select- add folder to library # 15 find your newly created folder and select add #16 voila! this is the safest and quickest way to do it. downloading a program could harm your computer. note: there is no way to copy individual songs without the aid of a program. you must add every song/movie on your ipod hope that helped (MORE)
I had this happen to me once. I put it on my computer, deleted all of the files...It was not pretty... CONTACT ITUNES! DO NOT DO WHAT I DID!
What if your computer broke and you lost all your iTunes can you upload what is on your iPod to a new iTunes?
You can't with iTunes but you can download a software called iDump which lets you transfer music from your iPod to iTunes.
You would just plug your iPod into your computer and it should copy the 5000 songs onto your iPod. TEEHEE (^-^)
What do you do if you want to connect a new ipod to iTunes but you already have a ipod connected to iTunes?
Two iPods will work with iTunes on the same account, so there shouldn't be a problem.
my ipod touch broke or i lost it i dont know which one but how do i get music onto a new one
In my case the site http://www.iSn0w.de helped me with my iPhone & iPod Touch. They gave me useful information!
You can't, but you can add music without syncing by going to "Music" and dragging the songs/albums you want to your iPod under "Devices"
intentionally you cant but if you sign in on the new computer with your old account and click the file share "on" button you will be able to access all of your files on your olther computer. Or you can use an ipod to computer transfer program to help.I personally use this iPad/iPhone/iPod to Comp…uter Transfer.It helps me to transfer my songs/videos/photos/playlists etc from ipod to my computer directly and safely.It works well for me. (MORE)
Plug the USB connector, which comes with your iPod when purchased, into your iPod Touch and into a USB port on your computer. iTunes may open automatically when you plug your iPod Touch in, if not, find and open iTunes. When iTunes has been opened it will automatically recognise that your iPod Touch… has been plugged in via USB. You will then need to follow the on screen instructions given by iTunes to setup and sync your iPod touch. (MORE)
If you had an ipod with music and aps then it broke and you got a new one how do you get all the old stuff on your itunes account on to your new ipod?
go to devices click ipod then click sync then it will sync everything It works i did it
No, you can not; to connect your iPod to another iTunes, you have to put in their password and connect your iPod to their iTunes. When you do that it will ask if you want to "sync and erase" or "cancel". If you click on "Sync and erase" then all of you songs will be gone and you will have their song…s because you can not fuse two accounts. I would recommend that if you and the other person with the iTunes, (if your main reason for wanting to sync your iPod with his/hers is to exchange music) then i suggest that you either use a CD (slow method) or a Flash drive (much faster). (MORE)
They will only on your home computer. Your home computer is that ONE computer that you got all of your music/videos off of. (or the first computer you sync-ed your ipod/iphone with. Then you click on your ipod/iphone and sync the apps on the 'applications' tab on the top. It might ask you to put in… your itunes email and password (otherwise known as 'apple ID) Dont worry. Just put in your info. Its just asking you permission to download all of the apps you PAID for. (MORE)
you carnt. you need to plug i your iPod then go to start menu, computer, and removable devices. this will then show your iPod. doubble click and the music willl transfer on to the desktop. then copy the folder to your new itunes library.
Yes. The instruction is: 1. Plus ur iPod to ur PC. 2. When you reach the Control panel, in the Tool menu -> Options, in the View Tab, check "Show hidden files and folders." 3. Go to the Music folder. 4. Select all the music folders, and copy them to your hard drive, and then you can sync them to yo…ur newly downloaded iTunes. (MORE)
plug your ipod to the computer, open itunes, select Music and manually transfer the song to the ipod
Put it in and when it loads up with i tunes click at the top the x and then it should say stop sync and click yes.
They do it for piracy purposes, mainly. So people can't transfer one's songs that was bought, and put it on their library. There are programs that will transfer your songs, from your iPod to your iTunes. The most effective one I've used was from 3herosoft.
iTunes will let you transfer your purchases. For the rest of your iPod music, you will need to use a program that will copy all songs from your iPod to your new iTunes .
Why when I try to sync music from itunes to my iPod from a new computer does it tell me all my music on my iPod will be erased?
because your ipod isn't authorized to the new computer. what i recommend doing is move all music to one computer with a flash drive and then when you delete the songs off of your ipod on the new computer, you will sink the same songs onto it. if that doesn't work, just move your songs onto the old c…omputer. derpinfloogle (MORE)
When you plug in the iPod to the new computer, iTunes should display a message that reads something like "purchased items have been detected on this iPod. Would you like to transfer these purchases?" this message may display before or after you choose to sync the iPod with that computer. However, it… may be risky to sync if the message does not display beforehand. It should display a one point though, and a problem only arises if the message is never shown. Hope this helps and sorry i couldn't provide an absolute answer. (MORE)
You should first put an advertisement on Craigslist and Bulletin boards looking for your lost one. If it is nowhere to be found, there isn't much you can do without paying for a new one. You can always buy a used one for cheaper.