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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.
Connect your ipod to itunes and start syncing it
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.
Assuming you are using iTunes: view the properties of the connected iPod. There should be a setting related to automatic syncing. Select manual.
In iTunes, syncing is when you make the contents of your iPod the same as what's currently in your iTunes library.
Deleting the application from your computer and then syncing your iPod Nano with iTunes will remove the application from your iPod.
Itunes is being a prick lately; same thing's happening to me
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.
try syncing again
iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad can run apps by buying an app, then syncing.
you can't... but if you are doing this because of your iphone or ipod not syncing, you can update your phone to keep up with the new itunes
Sync iPod with iTunes and then iTunes should work
No. However, there are other programs that can be used for syncing to an iPod.
if your using itunes your other songs shouldn't be touched
It did for me! Could be your cable is worn out.
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 ...
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.
Connect your iPod to the computer and it should start syncing automatically. if not, you'll have to press the Synchronise button.
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! :)
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.
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.
When you plug in your ipod, open it in your itunes. Then open the photos tab and change any settings from there.
Yes. ...That is, assuming that the iTunes account on the computer it's syncing to is the same as the iTunes account that was used to purchase the app from the App Store on the iPod touch.
Put the songs on iTunes (from a CD, download from the internet, etc.), and plug in your iPod with the USB cord it came with. If it's your first time using the iPod, you may have to charge it. But, if not, the iPod will show up as a device in iTunes and begin syncing (or hit the 'sync' button). When the sync is complete, unplug your iPod and enjoy! iTunes is free to download: apple.com/itunes/download