You only have to pay for the song. There is no payment required for the transferring process from iTunes to the iPod Touch.
If your iPod is locked, then you cannot put songs on it. You have to enter the password and unlock the iPod to add songs to it.
You buy the songs on itunes and download them onto your ipod.
by downloading the songs on the CD on the computer and plug in your iPod and pick what songs you want on your iPod
no you have to pay for them
Yes you do have to pay for music on your iPod touch. Some songs are $0.69 to $1.29 but they can also be $0.99. You can buy them from your computer or from your iTunes app on the iPod. You can also put music that you already have onto iTunes and then transfer it to your iPod.
You should put songs that you like onto your Ipod. If you like Lady Gaga you should put her songs on your Ipod such as, Just Dance, Poker Face, and Love Game.
easy dont put rap songs in your ipod
If the song is deleted, then you can't put it on your iPod.
You Can't But You can put the songs on your ipod onto itunes then put them delete them And then sync ipod with itunes. then you will get them back and you will get then new ones to. i hope that answers your question.
reset the ipod put all the songs back on
it depends on how many songs, how big they are and how much memory you have on your ipod
Connect your iPad to your computer, put the songs from the iPad to the computer, then plug out the iPad, and then plug in the iPod, and put the songs in.
You have to pay diffrent prices for the i-pod songs.
It's a ipod that you can put at least 1,000 songs on to... And it has games, and you can put photo's on it.
Use I tunes to copy the CD, connect the Ipod to the computer. Itunes will detect the Ipod, then copy the "copied" songs to the Ipod.
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about 1000 songs
You can put roughly 2,000 songs on an 8 gigabyte iPod, give or take other things that take up space on your iPod.
It depends on the bit quality of the songs you're trying to put on the iPod.
Put the songs back onto the computer from the ipod.
You just have to transfer the songs from one iPod to an iTunes library, and then transfer those songs in the library to the other iPod.
Yes, you have to pay for songs on itunes to put them on your ipod. But, if you scroll to the bottom of the itunes homepage, there will be a section titled something like "free on itunes" and you can click on that to see what they have for free. There is another way to put songs on your ipod, it's called Limewire, and I'm pretty sure that it's illegal. I'd just stick to itunes. i have checked the website (limewire.com) and it says it's completely legal. frostwire.com is another option although i have not checked it yet.