What is syncing your iPod?
It Means Taking Music and Storing It On Your iPod
You must sync your iPod from your iTunes library to your iPod, or no music. Syncing does nothing but copies whats in your library, to your iPod. You must sync your iPod from your iTunes library to your iPod, or no music. Syncing does nothing but copies whats in your library, to your iPod.
No, it won't, unless you are syncing from a different computer, then yes it will.
Syncing to your iPod means that all of the songs, apps or other things that you have bought from iTunes that are in your library but not on your iPod will be copied and put on to your iPod. To do this you need a USB 2.0 cable. This should have come with your iPod.
it is syncing
Syncing photos allows you to view pix you've chosen on your computer on you iPod.
Assuming you are using iTunes: view the properties of the connected iPod. There should be a setting related to automatic syncing. Select manual.
no, just off the ipod
By syncing it to a computer
Did you try syncing the ipod?
That is impossible. You cannot put anything on an ipod without syncing it. The definition of syncing is "combining." Whoever gave this answer obviously doesn't know much about iPods. The songs are in a hidden folder. If you go to ipod's on explorer, you can view all hidden files and folders, search around. They are there
When you replace a lost iPod with a new one will you have trouble syncing your iTunes to the new iPod?
NO NO AND NO
Deleting the application from your computer and then syncing your iPod Nano with iTunes will remove the application from your iPod.
You can't. You have to sync it.
Connect your ipod to itunes and start syncing it
you can't necessarily, unless you transfer your Ipod Nano's Library to your computer, then syncing your Ipod Touch with that?:/
No. Your jailbreak will remain as it is. Syncing your iPod does not alter the jailbreak in any way.
Syncing an iPod to put songs, videos, etc., on it does not reset the password.
Because the iPod remembers what computer you Sync with, syncing with another computer will erase everything and add all the songs. If you buy a song on your iPod Touch or iPhone, you can move it to your computer, but only the one that you Synced with last. Syncing with a different computer will delete everything off the iPod.
Try connecting it to your computer and syncing. When I have had a disabled iPod this has worked for me.
iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad can run apps by buying an app, then syncing.
no, not particularly, but syncing it will make you lose your songs and stuff.
NO because when it is connected u cant do anything : )
All you have to do is make your iPod shuffle only sync music instead of everything that your itouch is syncing.
Connect your iPod to the computer and it should start syncing automatically. if not, you'll have to press the Synchronise button.
You can delete photos from your ipod by deleting them in iphoto first and then re-connecting your ipod to you computer and resyncing. You will notice the pictures you have deleted will be gone after your ipod is done syncing with your computer.
You can eject your ipod like a usb drive or when it is done syncing it and it beings to charge you may hit the x under the name of the ipod and it will eject it.
Once you plug in your iPod, you can open iTunes and it will ask you if you want to add the songs into your iPod. You then press OK and it will start syncing straight away.
if you kept your sheet with the apple support phone number on it... then call them and they will give you a combination of things to do on your ipod and computer that will reset them
No. However, there are other programs that can be used for syncing to an iPod.
Probably nothing but if it's syncing then all the information will be lost.
if your using itunes your other songs shouldn't be touched
It did for me! Could be your cable is worn out.
Plug in your Ipod to a USB cable that is designed for your type of Ipod, download Itunes, open it, and (If you haven't ever used it before) it should automatically ask your to register your ipod, this is optional, then it should start syncing.
There are a 2 ways to get pictures from a PC to a ipod ... You can sync them throw itunes by placing you pics into itunes and syncing your ipod ... You can E-mail them and using your ipod open your mail and save the picture ...
When you plug in your ipod, open it in your itunes. Then open the photos tab and change any settings from there.
The iPod Touch may not be syncing with another device as the two are not compatible.
You can delete the iPod library song by song or the entire folders in iTunes or your music folder. This won't delete the songs from your iPod unless you sync your iPod with that iTunes again. Otherwise you can't keep syncing your iPod to deleted files.
When syncing click on Photos at the top of the screen and select which photos to sync.
If you have your ipod synced to your computer then on your library it would load into the library onto your ipod. If it's not there when you disconnect, connect the ipod again and wait for it to say at the top," IPOD DONE SYNCING. OK TO DISCONNECT".
In order to put music on an iPod, first put the music into your computer's iTunes (download this if necessary). Once the music is in the iTunes, syncing the iPod should put the music in.
What you are doing is 'syncing', and every time you sync your iPod, it will back it up. If you do not want to back up your iPod, highlight the music from your library that you want to put on the iPod and just drag it onto the iPod Touch menu.
Music. Podcasts, Videos, games, etc. Whatever you put in your iTunes library, that is what gets synced onto your iPod!!!!!!!!! :) Well you see my ipod says unreconized so thats it♥
You can't, but you can add music without syncing by going to "Music" and dragging the songs/albums you want to your iPod under "Devices"
All you have to do is plug your iPod into your computer. It should start syncing your iPod and will move all your apps to your iTunes library. Hope this helps! :)
Itunes is being a prick lately; same thing's happening to me
Most likely, the data on your iPod touch is usually wiped when re syncing, try doing a Google search for: How to Back-Up Apps On IPod Touch
How can you merge the contents of your PC's iTunes library to my iPod without erasing what's on your iPod?
first thing is when you connect your ipod highlight your ipod and select music and check manually manage songs and there you go you can sync songs without syncing to that itunes library.
If you have an old school iPod, you will have to go onto iTunes, subscribe to a podcast, and sync your iPod to transfer it. If you have a newer one that can connect to the internet on its own, you can bypass the manually syncing step and subscribe from the iTunes store on your iPod/iTouch.
To remove a song from your iPod Touch, simply delete it from your computer and sync your iPod. When your iPod is syncing it will remove the song from your device. Note: If you delete music purchased from iTunes you will not be able to re-download this song or get a refund.
Will a Ipod charger that is firewire work with iPod Nano 4G if you use the syncing USB cable between the iPod and the charger?
The FireWire will be disabled until the USB cord is disconnected. Once disconnected, you can only charge your iPod with the FireWire. 1394 (FireWire) does not support data transfer to the iPod...