Tip & How-To about Apple iPod touch

How can I open my iPod on my Mac Desktop?

When you connect your iPod to your Mac desktop or laptop computer, the iPod name and the icon on the desktop. Most people have no opportunity to open the iPod from the desktop to iTunes music on a regular basis, generally have short, any securities, making them difficult to recognize. However, if you use your iPod in disk mode - basically a portable hard drive - to open your Mac desktop is the fastest way to open the files.


1. Connect the cable from the iPod charger to the bottom of the iPod and the other end into a USB port on your Mac should be noted that the iPod shuffle is upside down in the dock.


2. Wait until the iPod appears on the desktop. If not, pull and plug the charger cable, sometimes it takes a couple of tries.


3. Double-click the iPod icon on the desktop when it appears. IPod open up and show your files.

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