How do you plug an iPod into PC via aux?
This is very simple. Get A 2 sided 3.5mm headphone jack and plug one end into the microphone port and the other into the headphone jack.
Yes, you can still install the iTunes/iPod software, and plug in your iPod, if you have a PC. I have a PC and an iPod.
When you plug in your iPod touch on PC and it doesn't pop up that means that your iPod is either broken or your PC is not pluged in all the way.
on your pc/mac open itunes. get the CD-ROM on insert it into the CD drive. import it using itunes. plug your ipod shuffle into the computer (via usb.) sync your ipod and you are finished.
not possible. you have to download software onto an iPod touch via PC
Plug your ipod touch into itunes and click sync.
To charge a Ipod touch, you need a little plug that comes with it, you plug this plug into your PC and attach your ipod to the other end. You can also charge a Ipod by bying a mains charger. Thats what I use! Hope I helped :D
Plug in your iPod into your PC/Laptop and open iTunes and click the sync button in the iPod section of iTunes and after a few minuets they will be stored on your computer
Plug your iPod into a PC, go onto iTunes, then my devices, iPod and then restore
you have to actually plug it in to your PC and delete it with the program you used to put them onto the iPod
go on itunes website and download itunes, plug iPod into PC with itunes then sync
install itunes and plug your ipod using the dock connector
No, you can not use the ipod shuffle speakers for your tablet PC. The reason for this is that the shuffle speakers come in the form of a docking station and there is not a way to plug your PC into that system.
When you plug your ipod in to your PC or Mac, open itunes and if there is a update for the ipod it should tell and ask you whether to update and install.
How Do You Put Songs On Your PC From Your IPod Without transferring Songs From Your PC To Your IPod PS It is a 4th Generation Itouch?
if you mean like you bought songs on your iPod and they were never on your PC than plug your iPod in, hit sync, and it should ask if you would like to transfer the items on you iPod to your computer so hit transfer
They come with a USB cable to charge via your PC or laptop.
You plug it into a computer (Mac or PC) that has itunes version 8 or later
by using iCloud go to setting and link them together or if it a pc use you you charger for your iPod and plug it in your computer
You can email it to yourself and download it to your PC from your email. You can also plug your phone into your PC via USB and drag and drop the photos.
It's pretty easy, it's just like charging a normal iPod, or iPhone. hook it up to your laptop, or PC with a USB cable (you would get that in the box) and your done. all you have to do is wait. Connecting it to a PC via USB does not charge iPad, connecting it to a Mac via USB charges it slowly but the quickest way to charge it is to plug it into a… Read More
transfer iPod to PC, PC to another iPod
Of course you can. Run an audio cable like for your PC speakers from the audio jack on the Lucerne to your iPod. All done!
I think it knows itself. I really am not sure. I do thought hate how when I plug it in to my PC, it comes up as a camera. It always can recognize it as both.
To charge your ipod touch, just plug one end of the USB cable(ipod should have came with one) into your ipod and the other end into a USB port on your computer. Your computer must be turned on to charge your ipod.
There are three 4 possible ways to transfer pictures from your cell phone to a PC: 1) Connect your cell phone to your PC via bluetooth link, but for that your PC must have bluetooth. 2) Connect you cell via infrared with your PC, but for that too you should have infrared device in your PC 3) If you don't have to get bluetooth and infrared installed in your PC, connect you cell phone via… Read More
The only way I believe I believe that you can do this is too plug the other persons iPod into your PC / Mac and place the songs onto it from there.
there is a slim chance that your iPod will be damaged by downloading free tunes unless the person that uploaded that free tune designed it to destroy your iPod however this is unlikely and if your iPod is damaged you can restore it via your PC or Mac
no you cant have an iPod on your PC
Plug your ipod into your pc. Open itunes. Wait till your ipod shows up on itunes. Click on your ipod. There will be many tabs on the top. Ex. Music, apps, pictures. Choose all the things music, apps, etc. Then click sync. WARNING, when you sync you ipod to the pc or mac, all your original items from the category(music,apps, etc) will be deleted.
When you purchase your iPod included in the box should be a USB cord. On one end you will find that it plugs firmly into your iPod, and on the other end you will find that it can plug into an empty USB slot on your computer or laptop.
if you mean viewing your PC from your iPod, there is. the easiest, i believe, is called splashtop. it has an app for your iPod, and will let you use your PC through your iPod. You will also need to download software for your PC, which is on splashtop's website.
For most iPods, the cable used to connect an iPod to a computer (Mac or PC) is an iPod USB cable. On the iPod end, there is an iPod dock connector, and on the other end, there is a USB connector. There have been (and are) several exceptions as of this writing (November 2007): The original 1st and 2nd generation iPods were only available for Mac, and connected via 6-pin to 6-pin FireWire (IEEE 1394a)… Read More
That shouldn't matter. Simply de-authorize the iPod on the Mac, install iTunes on the PC, and authorize the iPod on the PC.
iTunes can be used to connect an iPod to a PC.
I was given a used iPod nano 3rd generation I already have a iPod 3rd my computer recognizes my iPod when I plug it in but will not recognize the other one with same cord any ideas?
Is your ipod recognized by your PC or do you just have this problem with iTunes? Try connecting your iPod with another usb cable, change usb ports, connect it to another pc. On the link section, I leave a link to more tricks for having your iPod detected. Good luck!
To have the iPod Touch show up on your computer, just plug in the iPod Touch while it is on. The computer should automatically recognize the iPod Touch whether it is a PC or not. If it does not automatically recognize the iPod Touch, then just open iTunes (version 8.0 or later).
Hold the power button down,Then....!STILL! keep your finger on the power button.then hold down the home button below the touch screen) and it shuts down the ipod touch.if this that did not work plug your ipod touch into your PC!
* You need to install iTunes from www.apple.co.uk * You then click File then Add File To Library. * You find the song on your computer and click open. * Plug your iPod in and click File Sync iPod. Done :) You can also but song off iTunes and import CD's
The easiest method to transfer a photo from an ipod to PC is to use the iPod dock connector cable. Connect the ipod to your PC with the cable. Autoplay will come up. Click the "Import pictures and videos" button. Click import and the photo will be transfered from the ipod to the PC.
Bluetooth: Plug in the bluetooth dongle into your PC and set it up to receive files USB: plug the phone in VIA USB cable (if possible), then use it as a pendrive Infrared: send the files to the PC VIA InfraRed (if possbile) Memory Card: put the files on the memory card (if possible), then plug the memory card into a card reader. DO NOT FORGET to use an SD Adapter if you have a… Read More
You plug in your iPod Touch into the usb charger and plug it into your computer and your iPod doesnt charge or sync what can you do?
ok there are 3 basic easy meathods 1) plug ur iPod in before u start itines 2) look in your PC services and enable apple mopbile device 3) if those 2 steps don't work try pluggibgn it into a usb slot that is reciveing more energy
Possibly Yes. It depends what music is on the itunes library on the PC you are plugging into. Whatever is in the itunes library on the PC gets copied to the ipod ..ie the itunes library syncs with the ipod plugged in. Now If you only want to charge the ipod then go into itunes BEFORE you plug the ipod in and go to options and deselect the option to automatically sync when an ipod… Read More
No, the history from your iPod Touch cannot and will not be linked to your PC. There is no such feature that allows every movement of the iPod to be tracked as such.
Safari, Mail, Stocks, Weather, Google Maps, YouTube, Notes, Contacts, Calculator, Calendar, Clock, App Store, iTunes, Settings, Music, Video, Photos, Nike+iPod. You can upload music, video, images and buy/download applications via iTunes on your PC/Mac or the iTunes/App Store on your iPod Touch via WiFi.
Is it possible for me to plug a Yamaha silent guitar to PC speakers using the earfones jack of the guitar without busting the PC speakers?
Yes, just find a 1/8 inch cable, such as the cable used for plugging an iPod into a car stereo, and plug it into the microphone jack on your computer. Nothing that you listen to through headphones could bust your PC speakers.
Try the program ipod access.
Hook your iPod up to your computer via USB. When iTunes opens, you will be able to see the contents of your iPod. If you are using a PC, right click on the song you want to delete and select the "Remove" option on the menu that pops up. Not sure how you'd do it if you are using a Mac.
yes, you can download apps like document file reader where you can transfer your documents (HTML,pdf,jpg,bmp,txt,excel,ppt,doc) from your mac or PC via itunes and read and edit your documents in your iPod.
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:
When the songs were erased from your Ipod, you can never get it back, maybe you have plugged in your iPod to other PC/laptop that has itunes. You should connect your iPod only to the PC where you have installed your own itunes.
yes.....actually it is a funny story, because I was plugging it into my computer, and I didn't use a safety plug, so when I opened my iPod it said,"I have been infected with herpes" so the iPod touch can get viruses. The guy above either had a virus on his PC or had firmware 1.01 or 1.022