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Ipod touch applications wont install

Ive already downloaded lots of applications from apple store, but cant still figure out how to sync it to my ipod touch. One site says i should be seeing 'sync applications' tab. There's none in my itunes 8.0. Can you help me? Thank you!

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  • hnycla18 Jan 06, 2009

    it's already connected. i can sync music photos etc. but not applications :(

  • hnycla18 Jan 06, 2009

    its there. i can browse through it. The only problem is that i cannot sync it to my ipod. How can i make the applications in itunes appear in my ipod? There is no sync option/tab for applications.
    Thank you very much for your time. :)

  • hnycla18 Jan 07, 2009

    Got it! thank you very much!

  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    I bought a apple ipod touchfor chriastmas and cannot get it to add music how do i get a better manual? i also bought t from hong kong.

  • BrodyBoy Apr 16, 2009

    I just added a few applications and synced them to my ipod touch, and they all show in Library/Applications and Summary/Applications that they are there, but on my actual ipod, they don't show up. Help!

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Please connect the cable of the ipod to the PC, then it automatically you will see the sync tab.

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  • Sandhya Madhavan Jan 06, 2009

    Go to File at the top, then preferences. Then click on applications to make it reappear

  • Sandhya Madhavan Jan 06, 2009

    Hi,

    You need firmare 2.0 or higher to have applications from the app store on your ipod
    To sync applications that you downloaded through the iTunes App Store:



    1. Plug in your iPod touch, and iTunes will recognize it.

    2. Click on your iPod touch under the Devices tab.

    3. You're now seeing the Summary tab. At the top of this page, select the Applications tab.

    4. Check off the applications you want to sync and hit the Sync button at the bottom of iTunes.


    All the best.


  • Sandhya Madhavan Jan 07, 2009

    hi, you are welcome

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