Question about Apple iPod touch
I bought a new computer and it wants to erase all my stuff on my itouch, I have podcasts and most of all my contacts and the dictionary and Bible on my itouch and when I downloded itunes and i put in my account info it was like I have to start all over again, if so what an apple rip off since I only bought those applications early this year!
Is there a way that my new computer can keep everything that I have in my itouch and not erase it but sync it to the computer?
Hey, Id be happy to help :). Actually there is a way to have all the stuff on your Ipod touch to be in your computer. Although you can't those things on your computer by syncing it because your computer obviously won't let you. What you must do is, in your itunes program on your computer select Itunes store, and on the side you will see the option to sign in, now you must sign in with your apple or aol account. Once you are signed in, just go up to the top of the Itunes program where it says File, edit, view, etc . But up there you will see the "store" tab. Click on it, and under it you will see the "check for available downloads.." option. Click on it and a history of things you got of itunes with your account will pop up . You can view this history by clicking the "purchased" tab on the side bar of your Itunes program, if you click on it it will have listed, your apps, your bible, etc and it should be ( currently ) downloading every single item under there. :) After this, it will have all the things you ever got down in Itunes on your computer/itunes library. So now you can erase your Ipod touch and then you can plug it into your computer and sync all the stuff You have on there. Although, wait and see if you computer downloads all the things you have ever gotten before you erase your Ipod. Because I don't want you to wipe out your ipod and your computer not have your apps and etc . Thanks! and I hope this helps, and Id appreciate it if you rate my solution.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
Thanks for trying to help me but this did not work!
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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