Tip & How-To about Apple iPod touch
The iPod is one of the world's most popular MP3 players
because of its ease of use. You can simply drag and drop video and audio files
from your computer to the device to your collection on-the-go media to expand.
The process of establishing this connection with your computer is easy, and
maker of the iPod, Apple only requires that the freedom of the media management
program, iTunes downloads to begin adding audio and video on your iPod.
1. Identify your hardware. If you use a computer with a USB
2.0 port, then you have it easier because all you have to do is plug in your
hardware. If you are using an older computer (usually with an operating system
to Windows 2000), then you have a USB 2.0 port, in which case you should
consider using a FireWire or USB 1.1. If you do not have FireWire or USB 1.1,
you need a card or adapter.
2. Identify your iPod. Fifth-generation iPods or later can
be connected using standard FireWire adapter cable option, but otherwise
requires USB 2.0 ports. You can also use standard iPod USB 1.1 ports, but it requires
an adapter. The Nano and Shuffle models can only connect via USB ports.
3. Connect the iPod cable that you use on your iPod. The
larger end of the cable should fit in the bottom of your iPod, whether it is a
standard FireWire cable or dock to the USB 2.0 connection.
4. Connect the other end of the cable to the designated
location. For USB users, this will be a USB port on your computer. If you use
FireWire, and connect it to four or six-pin FireWire is not.
5. Download and install iTunes if you do not have the
software. It is a free program your iPod. If you had installed before
establishing the connection, it will open and audio / visual files or on their
own. After transferring to your iPod files to load or eject.
Posted by Rakesh... on
May 06, 2010 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
Dec 27, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders
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