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Apple lets users buy audio files between five different
devices as part of the license. These devices, other iPods, MP3 players or
computers. You can use the iPod files from one device to another by copying the
files from the first iPod with iTunes, then sync with the second iTunes
1. Close the device first iPod to your computer via USB
cable. Close the media player and iTunes opens automatically when you recognize
2. Click "Start" and click "Control
Panel". Open the "Portable Media Devices" application of the
window that appears.
3. Double-click the iPod icon in the list of stations. Click
the "Tools" menu and select "Options." Click "Show
hidden files and folders." Open the folder called '\ iPod_Control \ Music
". This folder contains all audio files on the iPod device, sorted by
artist. Find the songs you want to convey in this folder. Click and drag these
files to your computer desktop. Turn off your iPod computer.
4. Connect your iPod to your computer via USB cable. Open
the iTunes media player. Click "File" and select "Add to
Library". Navigating the browser and select the files you have stored on
the desktop. Click "OK". iTunes import these files into the library
5. Click the device icon in the left pane of the program.
Click the "Music" tab and check the box next to "Sync
Music". Check the "Complete Music Library" option. Click
"Apply." iTunes will begin uploading new audio files to your iPod.
The program will notify you when the upload is complete.
Posted by Rakesh... on
Dec 30, 2007 | Apple iPod nano 2nd Generation MP3 Player
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