Plain and simple you cant
Here are the steps if you have iTunes on the "different computer:" # Connect your iPod to the computer # A window will come up saying that there are songs on your iPod that are not on the computer # It'll ask "Do you want to transfer songs?" # Click: Transfer Songs
you can't. you can only transfer your itunes purchases to someone else's itunes.
Yes, you can. All you have to do is transfer it to your iTunes library.
No, you can only transfer Itunes to Ipod
plug your ipod to the computer, open itunes, select Music and manually transfer the song to the ipod
Purchase songs from iTunes store to get them. Remove its protection and then transfer to MP4.
To transfer iPhone-purchased songs and books to iTunes and computer, i often use iMacsoft iPhone to PC Transfer, it can easily backup purchased songs, books and downloaded podcasts and iTunes U in an easy way.
Yeas Look For Your I Tunes Folder It May Be At C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Administrator\My Documents\My Music\iTunes If Not Go To Serch And Type I Tunes The Transfer It To A Cd Or Flash Dirve
You must first transfer your CD music to itunes, then sync itunes with your iPad.
Plug your iPad into your mac / PC. Open iTunes. Transfer songs.
You can download music without losing songs. Unless your iPod doesn't have any more room for music. You can download songs from iTunes. You can buy songs form the Apple store or you can download songs from a CD. You can put music on your ipod by dragging the song(s) to the little iPod logo, located on the right hand side of the iTunes menu.
If you have music backups of the old iPod in iTunes, you can easily sync the songs with the new iPod. If you don't have backups, you are also able to transfer purchased songs from the old iPod to iTunes using the "Transfer Purchases" function of iTunes. You won't be allowed to transfer the songs from the old iPod to computer or new iPod if the songs are not from iTunes. This is how to transfer music from old iPod to new iPod with the "Transfer Purchases" function of iTunes: Step 1. Plug the Old iPod into computer via the USB cable. Then launch iTunes. Step 2. Click "File > Device > Transfer Purchases". iTunes will automatically transfer the songs to iTunes library. Step 3. Plug the new iPod into computer. Then import the songs from iTunes to the new iPod.
use a cable
it will come on automatically
Insert CD in computer, open iTunes, transfer CD songs to iTunes, sync iPad.
They do it for piracy purposes, mainly. So people can't transfer one's songs that was bought, and put it on their library. There are programs that will transfer your songs, from your iPod to your iTunes. The most effective one I've used was from 3herosoft.
You need MP3 Converter
yo; you suckkk
You have to buy the song unfortunately.
Yes. Just click "buy" and drag the song over to your playlist.
You go to iTunes, click "File" and look towards the bottom and it will say "transfer purchases from IPod" and click it.
Yes but need your effort. You shall remove iTunes music songs protection and then transfer to Nintendo DSi.