How you pass songs to iPod with iTunes?
If I thinking of the right question you are asking then: 1.You go to the itunes 2.You go to your ipod right by the store link 3. You click on sync on the bottom right corner of the screen Enjoy your music
To get songs onto an iPod or iPod nano, you have to have iTunes (you can download this at www.apple.com) . If you want songs from Media Player, open both programs on your computer, and drag the songs from Media Player into iTunes. Or, you can buy songs at iTunes too. Once you have iTunes, any songs you download on Limewire go automtically to iTunes. If this doesn't work, then again, drag the songs on…
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…
Why would the iTunes be pink...and why can't the songs be seen in the iPod even though you could see them in the iTunes?
First of all there isn't such thing as "ipod touch songs". Secondly you can't purchase songs from an ipod shuffle. It doesn't have internet capabilities. An ipod shuffle doesn't even have a screen. On itunes you can purchase songs to sync to your ipod shuffle, if that's what you mean. Note: To purchase songs from itunes you need to have an itunes account.
You need iTunes. The latest version can be free downloaded from http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/. If your songs are in MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV formats, you can directly put them on iTunes and transfer them to your iPod. Here's a guide about how to sync videos and songs to iPod using iTunes http://www.dvdconverterreview.com/how-to-sync-video-and-songs-to-iPod-using-itunes.html
Open up iTunes and plug in your iPod. You can buy some songs off of iTunes, or put CD's in your disc drive and burn them to your iTunes library. Have 'sync' set to 'on' (default), whenever you plug in your iPod, all of the songs that you added to your iTunes library will be added to the iPod. Make sure the songs you want are 'ticked'.
You have more music on your ipod than on itunes - you want to sync them but keep the music you have on the ipod as it includes what you already have in itunes plus more - how to do it without wiping s?
Yes, legally speaking, you need iTunes to add songs into your iPod. iTunes is a free download. You might have the setup CD with you when you bought your iPod. Else, just goto www.apple.com, and download iTunes from there. No, you need not purchase songs from iTunes. You can also just drag and drop your existing songs into your iTunes.
If you used you iPod on someoneelses iTunes and got songs off there iTunes what do you do as your iTunes wont let you put songs on your iTunes?
well you need to have itunes on your computer. once you have itunes installed import your songs into itunes, connect your ipod and go to file > sync ipod and it will sync all checked songs in the itunes library. if you want specific songs in your ipod, you need to drag and drop the song from the list to ipod symbol under devices. hope that helps!
If you press sync music on itunes for an ipod with existing music will it take out all of the old music?
To get songs onto an iPod nano, you have to have iTunes (you can download this at www.apple.com) . If you want songs from Media Player, open both programs on your computer, and drag the songs from Media Player into iTunes. Or, you can buy songs at iTunes too. Once you have iTunes, any songs you download on Limewire go automtically to iTunes. If this doesn't work, then again, drag the songs on Limewire into…
your iPod should have a connector that's plugs into your computer. Then when you hook up your iPod, something called Itunes, should come up. you can put a CD in your computer, and then if you have itunes open, the songs will go onto itunes. When your iPod is plugged in, itunes is up, and you have music on your itunes, something that says your iPod is in should be to the side. like if…
If your ipod already has songs from an itunes library from one computer how can you put those songs into an itunes library on another computer?
Yes, you can. 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 will import into Itunes. You then just connect your ipod to the computer with the USB cord and anything in itunes will sync to the ipod.
If you use LimeWire on your ipod and then buy certain songs from itunes does it make it to where LimeWire won't work anymore on ipod?
You need to get iTunes, and a USB cord for the iPod. When you get both of these items connect your iPod to the computer using the USB cord, and just use iTunes to delete the songs. If you don't want to get iTunes just connect the iPod and go to Start > My Computer and select your device, then delete the songs. It is easier to use iTunes though, and is free. http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
You cannot delete songs directly from your ipod, but when you have your ipod connected in itunes select the ipod section, then select the songs you want to delete from your ipod, then just push the delete button on the keyboard. The directions say to click on the iPod icon in iTunes, open the disclosure triangle to the left.