This means that, if you want to change the computer you manage your iPod with, it will need to be re-synced to the computer in question.
To do this, connect your iPod to the computer you'd rather manage your iPod on. A popup from iTunes will say something along the lines of "This iPod is currently synced to a different Library. Would you like you sync this iPod to this Library instead?" Click Yes.
After that, all the previous information from your other computer's iTunes Library will be erased and replaced with everything that you just synced your iPod with.
From there, you can freely sync your iPod with that computer as you normally would.
Just plug the other iPod in and sync it.
if im not mistaken that ipod has to be in sync with the other computer
how do I sync new IPOD to current computer library of music
just install itunes
Unfortunately yes, this is the only legal way to transfer which computer you manage your iPod from.
Not at all. I do this a lot, with my sister's computer.
If not an iOS device, you must sync with computer, then sync with other iPod.
Pretty simple. Download iTunes, plug in your iPod, and click "Sync" on the computer.
Start your computer, Open Itunes. connect your ipod to your computer. It will probaly make you format your Ipod. Click Sync
You have to sync it because when you sync it go from your computer to your iPod but if you have an iPod touch you can download songs from your iPod's iTunes store.
When you plug your ipod into your computer open itunes and check if the sync options are saying that it will auto sync them if not try to find the button that will auto sync them. : - }
You have to choose the "Manually Manage Muisic" check box then you only sync the music you want