If you want to transfer iTunes Store purchases from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod to a computer, be sure to authorize the computer before connecting the device. To authorize, follow these steps:
If the iTunes Store purchases on your device were purchased with multiple accounts, you will need to authorize the computer for each one.
To transfer iTunes Store purchases from your device to a computer, follow these steps:
For iPod songs which were not purchased from the iTunes store, you will need to use third party software such as TouchCopy (www.touchcopy.com) to transfer them from your iPod, iPhone or iPad to your new iTunes.
If you have a iTunes, you can automatically import to iTunes. In iTunes' Preferences, there is a section to open iTunes and import music from a CD.
No, the only way you can get music is download itunes on a computer then conmect it to your ereader(pandigital) and you wil have the music in your music file.
Although there could be a non-official way, usually it's not able to get music from your ipod to itunes, or your computer itself. Itunes is a way to organize your music files and convert them to a Ipod supported format, the other way around is simply impossible.
no there is not my friend
Besides iTunes, an app called iTransfer allows you to get music on an iPad 3.
Number one way: First download limewire. Then pick songs you want to download on limewire. After that download itunes. After that your music should be on itunes. You have to make sure your ipod is on windows format. Then you import the music on itunes to music or some other file on itunes. And there you have it free music. Yay! Number two way: You download itunes first and then limewire and the rest is the same.
Contact the website where you purchased the music to see what their policies about backups and additional downloads. Some sites save your purchases for you to download a certain number of times. Some sites let you download one time and leave the backup responsibility up to you.
If you connect the iPod to iTunes, go to the iPod's music library, and then just drag the songs from the iPod to the iTunes music library.
If iTunes doesnt show the iPod there isn't a lot that you can do with putting music on it. The only way to put music on it and listen to it is that you use iTunes.
To upoad to the ipod, yes, but you can retrieve music from anywhere to place on itunes.
Unless you "Transferred Purchases" to your iTunes or made a backup of your iPod, there is ABSOLUTELY no way to.
The easiest way to buy music for the iPhone is through iTunes. The alternative would be purchasing music from a separate location and putting the music on the device via the iTunes interface.
iTunes music storage is internal. iTunes will play from a portable/external storage device as long as the device stays connected via USB 2.0 Once disconnected, the iTunes program will have it to play.
yes you do that is the only way to put music on your IPod
I'm not expert in this but be fed up with music transfer between iTunes and iPhone. So my suggestion is that do not use iTunes. Instead find a brilliant way to put and transfer music from to iPod, iPhone, iPad without iTunes. You can get the full idea from: http://www.kiwigeeker.com/music-transfer-wiki/add-music-pc-to-iphone-without-itunes.html http://www.kiwigeeker.com/music-transfer-wiki/itunes-alternative-manage-music.html
the right way
Yes you do. ITunes is the way to download and keep track of music on your iPods. iTunes is the most easiest way to set up your iPod and its also free to download.
the only way is to put the music in your itunes, and then connect your ipod touch to your itunes and sync it. u may also go on the itunes app in ur itouch and buy the song from there
well here is an better way without burning anything (1)you create a folder under music and name it anything for ex (itunes music) (2)you select the song or songs from itunes and right click copy (3)you go back to the folder you created (itunes music) and you click paste (4)then it will show up as an mp3 file on the folder (5)you just copy the music you put on the folder to your mp3's music folder and then walla its like magic you got music
There are software that can help you transfer the files or music from ipod to computer, ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod.In this way,it will make the work easier for the user.
Yes turn it into an audio file mp3 then drag and drop into itunes. TO post music you would need a record label
You do not need iTunes to download music. You can download music files (usually in mp3 format), from a legal source, directly to your computer or you can purchase music from any of the many retail sources, such as Amazon, who offer an mp3 download service. However iTunes is a good way to manage your music. So once you have acquired your music you can drag them into iTunes and organise them in playlists etc. If you have an iPod then iTunes will help you manage your music on your iPod and keep the iPod's software up to date.
Well the way i do it is that i have Limewire then i download that onto itunes then i listen to it on itunes or i download it onto my ipod which is what i usually do, Hope i helped (: -7272
if you mean where can i download music than you should try Itunes, its the safest LEGAL way
The only way I can think of is through iTunes, since apple control both iTunes and iPhone. You can download iTunes on your computer for free, then all of you music can be transferred to that, which can then be pit on your phone when you connect it up.