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<p>To update the music, videos and contacts stored on your iPod
Touch, you must use iTunes or an equivalent program. Although it is possible to
manage your photos via iTunes also, you do not use the program to do this.
Transfer photos from your computer's hard drive directly to your iPod Touch
using Windows Explorer. <br />
<p>1. Connect the iPod Touch to your computer using the USB
cable. Close out of iTunes opens automatically - you will not need to add
photos. <br />
<p>2. Open the Start menu and click on "Computer".
Click the name of the iPod Touch with the rest of the drives on your computer
and double click on "Photos" for the iPod Touch to access
"Camera Roll". <br />
<p>3. Click the "Start" menu and click
"Computer" back half "Windows Explorer" windows open.
Navigate to the location on your computer where you want to transfer photos or
located, all you want to transfer, right-click anywhere on the folder and click
"Copy." Close the window. <br />
<p>4. Return to your iPod Touch open the "Pictures"
folder. Right-click the folder and click "Paste" to copy the photos
to your device. Disconnect the device from Windows will tell you once the
transfer is complete, and then you look at the camera rolls for the photos you
added appears in the visible. <br />
If you take lower resolution photos on the Diamond, especially photos for contacts, they aren't as big as the other photos, so you must zoom in for them to fill the whole screen. For that, simply do a half circle clockwise motion on the picture itself.
Also, if you took larger photos with the camera on it's side, you must turn it to it's side again so the picture goes back to landscape mode.