You need to copy them to the music file in the "my documents" folder, and connect the iPod. open "my computer" look for the ipod as a mass storage device or it might be labeled as Ipod. In my documents highlight the songs that you want, right click, copy go back to your ipod and right click on your mouse again and go to paste.
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You need to start iTunes, insert cd and let itunes do the rest.
Or copy the CD to your computer, and find a program to convert the files to fit your ipod.
itunes. You can download it for free from Apple's website. When you put in a CD into iTunes, it will ask you if you want to import the CD. You say yes. When it is done importing, you can find the imported music in your library. You then can click on the song and drag it over to your ipod. It should highlight. After that your music is on your ipod.
step 1. download iTunes from the Apple website
step 2. insert the CD into the CD drive on your computer
step 3. iTunes should open the CD and copy it to your library
step 4. plug in your ipod to your computer
step 5. iTunes will open up your iPod and automatically update your library to it
You have to download the songs on your computer. Once you have the songs on your computer, you can create a CD.
First you upload songs from he CD onto a computer, and then transfer it to itunes. Then you sync and autofill the iPod with the songs u have
You can download on the itunes icon on you ipod or you can connect to computer and then put in a cd. You can then transfer the songs. It is legal.
Just Pop The CD into the CD DRIVE and then go onto itunes a press dowload to .... iPod. then it will see ur CD and just drag it onto your iPod name and VALA your CD songs is on ur 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
How do you transfer songs from your cell phone to your ipod
first you have to put in a blank CD to your computer then make a playlist on itunes and click burn at the bottom
you can transfer songs from your ipod to your computer it is true
If you have itunes on your computer, and the CD you want the songs from, insert the CD into your computer and a window from Itunes should pop up asking if you want to import the songs into itunes, I believe you click 'yes' and the songs from the CD should transfer to Itunes.
load the CD into your computer rip the songs into your computer then sync those songs into your iPod
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.
In order to transfer songs from Realplayer to your iPod, you simply need to hook your iPod up to your computer with the chord. After that, drag the songs from the file where they are located on the computer to your iPod.
You can transfer songs from your computer to your iPod by connecting your iPod to your computer with the iPod chord that you received when purchasing it. Once it is connected, simply drag the songs from your library to your player.
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:
This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod: http://www.ipodtransfer.net/how-to-transfer-ipod-file-with-ipod-transfer-software.html
to transfer the music you just open your music screen where it shows you the songs on the iPod(it comes up when you plug in your iPod to charge) then you put the CD into the computer(where you would put a DVD to watch it) then it will ask you if you want to download that musi onto your iPod you say yes then watch as it stores it onto your 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.
First step: You should transfer iPod music to computer. Second step: Burn your music CD on the computer.
Most computers come with media player, and unless its an ipod, you can probably use media player to do it.
Hi there, The way i do it is like this: - insert the Cd to your computer and then rip the songs or the whole Cd on to itunes. From there you can download the songs from your computer onto your Ipod. Hope that helps Mo
You have to drag the files from the CD onto a computer. Then, plug the Ipod touch into the computer and drag the former CD files onto your Ipod.
You can't transfer songs from one iPod to another via wireless communications such as bluetooth. The only way to do it is by transferring songs from your iPod onto your computer (doesn't have to be an apple computer) by connecting it with a USB cable. When you sync your iPod with the computer, it should automatically transfer the songs and all you have to do then is connect the other iPod into the same computer and sync it. The songs should appear on the iPod when you disconnect it. The only thing you can't do is choose which songs you transfer because all the songs on the computer will automatically transfer when you sync it. You will need to install iTunes on your computer if you haven't already done so. Log into I-Tunes and transfer the songs into your library. Then plug in your other I-Pod and transfer the songs to that.
I know an iPod Transfer program. It will help you sync songs, movies, photos from iTunes to iPod, iPod to iPod, iPod to computer local disk. And also you can reference the iPod Manager, it not only can transfer files but also can create and edit the playlist for iPod or iPhone.
First, connecting the ipod to the computer. Then finding out the songs you like. You can transfer those songs to your ipod directly, if the songs have existed in the computer, otherwise, you need download the songs from the internet to your ipod. Of course this does cost money, it costs even more money it you are downloading from itunes. around £10 a cd.
The songs on your iPad and iPod should all be on your iTunes account; therefore all you need to do is just transfer the songs that were on your iPad onto your iPod.