You have an ipod 3rdG nano and an iPod Shuffle how do you sync from the same itunes library?
Simple just plug them both into the same computer and click snyc
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Answer . You would have to put the song on itunes. then you can put it on your ipod.. Super easy way to get your hands on your ipod songs:. open my computer, file e: (when ipod is plugged in), go up to TOOLS, Folder options, View, and click on show hidden items (apple hides and scrambles your s…ong list.) in e: click on ipod_control, music, and you should see "F#" these are the scrambled song titles. transfer to your desktop, and do whatever you want with your songs! great for transferring songs from one ipod to another! don't forget to turn hidden back off, don't wanna delete something you need! (MORE)
Answer . Yes. When you plug in each iPod it recognises it as a new one with its own preferences e.g. whether it autofills or not. You can run as many different iPods as you want.
Answer . You cant take music from your iPod and put it on a computer. Its a one way street. You can only send stuff from your computer to the iPod. That is done with the USP cable that comes with the iPod.
ipod nano is touch screen (if it is touch) and shuffle isnt. it only has buttons
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.
No. It doesn't have as much memory and you can't see the song titles to be able to choose which one you want to play.. And you can't play games, view photos and watch videos, nano has more extras.
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.
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
You can do two things: You need to turn on "sync only selected items" and uncheck what you don't want on the iPod OR Find a smaller version or recapture those songs (at a lower data rate) to increase the number of songs you can put on the iPod.
I have an iPod that has no songs and my iTunes library has many songs but it won't sync automatically how can i sync my iPod with iTunes?
when you plug it in there will be an icon. click on it and on the bottom right there will be a button that says sync. or when your ipod shows up on being connected to itunes library click on file in the top left-hand corner and on that list there is an option sayng sync ipod
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.
to sync a ipod nano you go to the apple store and then go to the name of your ipod then click sync
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 would rather have a nano . I'd rather have a nano because its better and it doesn't have a hard drive like a touch does (if you drop an Ipod touch there's a high risk of it braking). if you were to have a shuffle its too small and easyer to lose. i don't like the shuffle because it cant play v…ideos and it doesn't even have a screen. Nanos are thin and you can do fun things with it and its not to big and bulky. but if you like an ipod for running i would get the shuffle because you can just clip it on to your clothing and makes things a lot easier then putting it in a case. if you like ipods with video and not that easy to break i would get the nano. they're fun just to have! if you want to be mr. flashy i would get the touch. also if your a youtube fanatic. in conclusion id rather have the nano. I would rather have a touch . I'd rather have an iPod touch because it has a flash drive and you can surf the internet and play many free games. With the iPod touch you can download many free third-party applications in the app store. And a refurbished one can cost a lot less. It has a nifty interface, and since it has a revised thinner outer covering, it can slide right into your pocket. It has a light sensor and an accelerometer. It has a big screen (its actually mostly screen) and you can touch your music. YOU CAN ACTUALLY FEEL YOUR MUSIC. And watch movies and youtube videos. There are ENDLESS POSSIBLITIES to this contraption. So, in conclusion, the iPod touch is way better than a nano or a shuffle. (MORE)
When I try to sync movies from Itunes purchased to my IPOD nano it does not work The music and video musics do sync correctly?
It may be because your Ipod won't play movies. I have an Ipod nano, and it doesnt play movies. And if that isn't the problem, I would try buying a MP3, they are cheaper and some can play movies.
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...)
Add them to your iTunes software library (on your computer) , then when your iPod nano is connected via the cable you can drag them to your iPod Library .. You add them to the iTunes software library either by downloading them from the iTunes store or if they already exist on your computer, go to… FILE menu and ADD FOLDER. This will then list them in the iTunes library where you can drag them to the iPod. (MORE)
plug your iPod in and insert the CD in the drive. if itunes is up it will ask if you want to sync it hit allow
1. Sync your first ipod to the library. 2. unplug it. 3. Sync your second ipod to the library. 4. unplug it. WARNING! If you already have music on either one of your ipods from a different library and you plug it in, all the previous music will be earased.
without a doubt the Nano is better. It has a screen and you can listen to a certain song but with a shuffle, it's a random song and there is no screen.
When I plug my iPod into my computer my iPod does not show up on itunes so I can't sync it But the iPod says I am charging it I have a second gen ipod nano?
You have to reset it, by holding down the menu button and the center button, then plug it in.
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.
No, because they are different patterns, so the the chargers should be different. Buy one online: http://www.dinodirect.com/iPod-Accessories/. They are very cheap.
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)
iPod Shuffle was released First The iPod Shuffle was released first I work in an Apple Store in California, the iPod Shuffle was released on January 11, 2005 at Macworld by Steve Jobs, and the iPod Nano was released February 23, 2005 (as a replacement for the Mini)
All you have to do to have your ipod onto itunes is you plug it into your computer. you need to wait till it shows and name it in itunes if you are talking about adding an account to itunes, then you open itunes, then click itunes store then on the right hand corner it should say sign in. it should …pop up a small window and you click create new account then follow instructions. that is to buy songs and such. (MORE)
Plug your ipod into your computer with the connection cord that comes with it, then wait till it says on your computer screen: "iPod Sync Complete, OK to disconnect". Somewhere in the process, it will say on your iPod screen "Syncing" and you will not disconnect your iPod attachment cord leading to …your computer. (MORE)
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)
Yep. Just make sure they are both loaded from the same account. If you start playing around with multiple accounts, then things will start to get a little funky!
YES it can! all you have to do is go to "shuffle songs" and it will choose a random song then all you do is give it a good shake and it will make this "beeping noise" and it changes song.
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)
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.
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!
you can it is on itunes but i cant get it to download onto my ipod...
Yes. From 1st generation to 5th generation. The 3rd - 5th generations can play videos and click wheel games, along with music. Sadley, apps do not work with them.
so i have no clue whatsoever but i tried looking up the answer but it gives nothing reasonable sorry for the inconveieniece i coulnt find your answer mabyee someone else can thanks anywayyss.....
Yes you can. I have a nano myself. But unlike ipod touch games you cant find any free ones!! ANYWHERE!!!!!!!!!!
It really depends. I used to own a shuffle and I hated it. I love having a screen. If you only need an ipod for working out, then a shuffle is best. Otherwise get a nano. It is worth it.
first, if its an iPod nano 6th generation, you go to sttings, the go to music, then touch the screen where it says "On"
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)
Yes. You set up both of them separate, and when your Nano is plugged in, there is no tab for managing apps, while there is one for your touch, it's no big deal.
An iPod Shuffle has no screen and it ONLY plays music. The neat thing is that you can talk to it, it's called VoiceOver. The iPod Nano [Current 2011] is the same size, though is has a multi-touch screen and more.
you choose your song u wanna put then u sync everything back in the ipod using i tunes
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.
Use the included cord that you received when you purchased the ipod, plug the fat end into the computer, then plug the thin end, or the wide end into the Ipod, then open itunes, and your Ipod should automatically sync. Have fun!
Plug it in your computer using the USB provided Open iTunes It should come up saying syncing or if it is your first time it will ask you to register it Apply the music you want using your iTunes library and it will sync automatically
The first iPod Shuffle was released on January 11, 2005. The first iPod Nano was released on September 7, 2005, which means the iPod Shuffle was released first.