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How Do I Download Songs Onto My iPod Nano? IPod Nanos are portable multimedia players that allow you to playback songs and other content (e.g. video) no matter where you go. They come in a variety of memory sizes such as 4GB or 16GB (gigabytes) and work with iTunes to upload songs. ITunes is the iPod default management program which allows you to upload songs to its library, create playlists and sync music on your iPod quickly and easily. This simple process will have you jamming to your favorite songs in no time.
Downloading to an iPod Nano1Connect your iPod Nano to the computer using the USB cable. Launch iTunes if does not automatically launch. When you launch iTunes, it will display your iPod Nano on the left panel. 2Add music to your iTunes library. Click the "File" button on the top menu and click "Add to Library." Locate the song you want to upload to your player and click "Open" to load it to your program. 3Click the "+" button on the lower left panel to create a playlist. Type a name for the playlist and drag the uploaded file to it. To upload additional songs, repeat Step 2 and drag the uploaded additional songs to the created playlist. 4Drag the songs in the playlist up or down to select the order in which the songs will play. 5Sync your iPod Nano. Click the iPod icon on the left panel after importing songs and adding them to the created playlist. Click the "Music" tab and click "Sync music." Click "Select playlists, artists and genres" and select the playlist you created that contains the songs you want to upload. Click "Apply" to automatically sync and download the songs to your iPod Nano. 6Click the "Eject" button and disconnect your iPod from the computer.
Tips & Warnings Click "Music Store" if you want to purchase a music file. Search for the song on the iTunes store and download it to the iTunes library.
do you have the the latest Itunes version for Nano http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
do you have CD's you wish to add to Nano use itunes do you have Mp3 files on laptop or PC Or are you using P2P software (Limewire, Frostwire or etc)
in any case if the Mp3 is on the Pc or laptop, using Itunes add files to the music folder... connect ipod to device using the white USB cord... wait for Itunes to find your ipod, now on the left hand side click on the top music folder (Pc) and drag it down to the other music folder (your Ipod).. wait for the update.... circular motion to stop.. eject the ipod from pc... plug in earphones and enjoy your music
Unfortunately iTunes doesn't let you transfer anything other than your iTunes store purchases from your iPod.
Totransfer all your iPod content, all your music, playlists, videos,podcasts and photos to your new iTunes library you will need todownload software like TouchCopy.
Here is how to use TouchCopy
Download and Install TouchCopy. Downloads are free and are available for both PC and Mac.
Start up TouchCopy by double-clicking the TouchCopy icon on your desktop
Connect your iPod or iPhone to your computer. TouchCopymay start iTunes - don't worry, TouchCopy has fixed it so that iTuneswill not sync music or video with your iPod while TouchCopy is running.These changes are restored when you quit TouchCopy.
Now select which songs you want to copy into iTunes, if you want toselect all your music, select "Music" from the list on the left andclick on "Copy to iTunes" button in the TouchCopy control bar. In a similar way, you can also use TouchCopy to copy your playlists, videos, podcasts, photos, contacts, calendars and notes.
Whenyou are satisfied that all your iPod content is safely in iTunes, useiTunes to re-sync your iPod which will enable you to add new content toit.
Computers dont detect ipods as storage devices. make sure you have itunes installed and then sync your ipod to itunes. and move all the mp3 music to itunes by going to File - Add Files. and then you can put that music on your ipod nano
You cannot go into "My Computer" and open up the Nano drive and just drag and drop files to it. Itunes formats the files with different names as it puts them on the ipod. There are however, other pieces of software to use to sync the ipod with the music you have. A few of the more popular iTunes alternatives are Floola, WinAmp, gtkpod, Banshee, RhythmBox and Amarok.Good Luck. This is my first solution. Any thoughts?
ok when your pc reads your ipod go to my computer look for drive g then open it look for music file there you will see your music all you need to do is drag your music on ipod to your music file on pc and a prestow you got what you want
How To Fix The "Cannot Be Synced" -42 Error For 2nd Generation Nano?
Follow these simple steps (cannot be easier):
1.Plug in the ipod 2.Go to My Computer 3.Right Click the Ipod (F:) 4.Go to Properties 5.Click the "Tools" Tab 6.Click "Check Now" under Error Checking 7.After it's finished start itunes 8.Update Ipod once it shows up on itunes 9.It Works!
Try cleaning the movo of all files and updating firmware at:
You did not specify the specific error code you ar getting but perhaps this will help, the MuVo has known problems with library structure and max amount of files:
Flash memory players such as Zen Nano Plus, Zen Nano, or other MuVo series may report a message about "insufficient space" even if the player has sufficient space available. This occurs when there are more than 500 files or more than 50 folders on the unit.
Please note that each folder counts as one file, and the structure of file or folder names also affect the number of files a player can store.
To further maximize a player's memory, avoid using long file names and file names with mixed lower and upper cases; create sub-folders on the player and move files from the root directory (i.e. not in a folder) to the sub-folders; limit the level of folders to 4th level including root (e.g. x:\rock\band\album\song.wma).