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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.
your MP3 player to your computer while the iTunes software is loaded on
the computer. By itself, iTunes serves as an audio player for your
computer. You can transfer audio files to your MP3 player using a USB
cable which comes with most MP3 players. Your computer will prompt you
to name your MP3 player, and an icon identifying it will appear down the
left margin of iTunes.
on the MP3 file (the song), and drag it into the "Library" folder in
iTunes. This folder will serve as the general place to store all the
MP3s on your computer. From there, you can create new playlists to
select specific songs, click on the "shuffle" option to have iTunes
randomly select songs to be played through your computer, or play every
song in order from the library.
the appropriate song or playlist, and click the "Play" button on iTunes
to listen. Or drag the songs from iTunes into your MP3 player's icon in
iTunes to copy the song into your MP3 player.
Using iTunes' "Show Duplicate Items" feature, you can locate and manually remove duplicate songs on your iTunes music library. Once the library is cleaned, you need only sync iTunes with your iPod to remove duplicates from your device as well. This guide takes iTunes 12 to remove song duplicates.
In iTunes, click "View > Show Duplicate Items" in Music module;
Compare the listed song duplicates upon artist, album, date added, genre, play count, size, bit rate, and more to determine which item to keep and which item to remove;
Hold the "Ctrl" key and click each duplicate you wish to delete.
Connect your iPhone 6 to PC, click your iPhone from the device list, hit "Music" and select "Sync" to sync your library using your existing sync settings.
Start iTunes and find the song you want to convert. (It must be
Right-click the song and choose Get Info.
Click the Options tab.
Check the Start Time and Stop Time boxes, then
enter times for each (no more than 30 seconds apart, the maximum length
for a ringtone). I used 0:00 and 0:30, respectively, as "Spit It Out"
has a perfect ascending lead-in.
Click OK, then right-click the song again and choose Create
AAC Version. You should immediately see a new 30-second version of
Drag that version out of iTunes and into the folder of your
Delete the 30-second version from iTunes and undo the Start
Time/Stop Time changes to the original.
Open the folder containing the 30-second AAC file you dragged out
of iTunes, then change the file extension from .m4a to .m4r.
Double-click it and it immediately gets added to iTunes' ringtone
Finally, sync your iPhone. When it's done, you can head into the
settings and select your new ringtone.
That's all there is to it! What song(s) will you assign to ringtone
duty? Leave a comment and nominate your favorites. Meanwhile, have a
happy new year! I'll see you back here in '09.
I assume you have a Windows laptop. Make sure that the remaining 100 songs are not in .wma format, or else you will need to convert them to .mp3 first.
To add these remaining songs to your iTunes library and eventually to your iPhone, you must first locate where these songs are from Windows Explorer (e.g. My Documents) meaning you must open the folder/folders where these songs are located. If you've been using Windows Media Player to play these songs before, open WinMP and right-click on the specific song then select "Open file location". That will take you directly to the folder where that specific song is. When you find the song (as a file in a folder), right-click on it and select "Open with" then select "iTunes". That will automatically add the song you selected to iTunes library.
You can also do that with multiple songs by:
holding CTRL (from your keyboard) and clicking on each specific song you want to add to iTunes library; or
selecting the first song, then holding SHIFT (from your keyboard) and clicking the last song from that folder
.. then, right-click on one of the songs, select "Open with" then select "iTunes".
Once your done adding all your songs to iTunes library, you can then sync your iPhone.
Again, the remaining songs must NOT be .WMA format.
For more iPhone / iPod touch tips, click here.
hi if u have all 1800 songs in your computer folder,,,i advise you to connect the ipod to itunes and reset the ipod for factory settings ,then goto file add folders to library browse folders where all your songs located in your computer click ok
now it sud put all songs in music and then sync it to your ipod completely....if u dont see any !mark in itunes music folder then you are good ...your ipod sud have all 1800 songs.
your phone only supports mp3s and wma files. Itunes is not supported. you can convert the files to a comaptible format.
You can convvert them from AAC to mp3 with the itunes software
unes AAC files to MP3 files that are compatible with Windows Media Player 11. Note: The iTunes desktop application can only convert AAC files ripped from a music CD. It can’t convert music files purchased from the iTunes store.
Open the iTunes desktop application on your computer.
Select Edit > Preferences, then click the 'Advanced tab' and click Importing.
Open the 'Import Using' pop-up menu, then select the MP3 Encoder option. Click OK to save your settings.
Select one or more songs in your iTunes music library, then choose Advanced > Convert Selection to MP3.
The converted MP3 file copies appear in your computer’s music library alongside the original AAC files.