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Re: cant sync ipod
As long as your songs still play in itunes; I would suggest that you first make sure your software is all up to date and then restore your ipod from your summary page when you first plug it in. After that if you're auto syncing you will want to make sure that all the songs in the itunes library are selected by checking the box on the left hand side of each song.
If your manually managing your ipod; after the restore you should be able to simply click and drag the wanted music onto the ipod.
However, if this fails you most likely have a hardware issue and will need to contact apple at 1-800-APL-CARE (1-800-275-2273)
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You just need to import your songs into iTunes library, then make a playlist with the songs, connect your iPod to computer, iTunes will detect the iPod automatically, then click iTunes menu "File -> Sync iPod", the songs will be transferred from iTunes to iPod.
If iTunes not works for you, You may try this ipod transfer, it's a nice iTunes alternative that can help you manage iPod files including delete, upload, play, copy, etc. It's much easier to use than iTunes.
Open iTunes (without iPod connected). Create a new playlist and copy songs you want on your iPod into that list. Next connect your iPod. Once iTunes recognizes your iPod then go to the music tab and click on 'sync playlist only' and chose the new playlist that you created. Click sync. Only the songs in your new playlist should be copied to your iPod.
Connect iPod to computer.
Open up iTunes.
Click on the icon on the left sidebar of iTunes that says "iPod Nano".
Click on the Music tab.
You will notice that at least one folder has been set to "Sync music" - the songs in these folders will be automatically loaded onto your iPod everytime you connect it to your computer. I would suggest separating the music folders that you use and the folders that your wife uses on your computer itself. Then, you can sync only the songs in your own personal folder.
Alternatively, you can disable the "Sync Music" option altogether by unchecking the box.
Whichever choice you make, you will now need to manually go in and delete the songs you don't want.
You can do this by clicking on the Music icon underneath the iPod Nano icon on the left sidebar of iTunes. Find a song you no longer want on your iPod, right-click the song, and select delete.
Solution 1. Go to iTunes, go to Edit, Select All, go to Edit once again, select Delete. This will clear your whole music library. Connect you iPod and let it sync. It will delete everything in your iPod. The problem with this is that it will delete all your music in iTunes as well so you better back it up elsewhere.
Solution 2. Go to iTunes, connect your iPod, let it sync. Do not disconnect your iPod. On the left hand side of the screen you will see "Library", "Store", "Devices", etc. Go to "Devices" and you will see your iPod's name there. Click on it and you will see on the right hand side of your screen your iPod, with some menus tabs. On the first tab (Summary), make sure that "Sync only checked songs" is activated. Then go to the second tab ("Music"). Make sure "Sync music" is activated and "Selected playlists" is also activated. Make sure NONE of the playlists is activated. At the bottom right hand side of the scree there is a button that says "Sync". Press it and it will sync no songs into your iPod. That should clear the songs but leave the contents in iTunes intact. If you want to put some playlists in your iPod, then check only those and only those will be added to your iPod.
Here is the solution:
Connect iPod to your computer and open iTunes. Drag the music to your iTunes library. Select iPod in the Devices section on the left side of the iTunes window. In the main iTunes browser window, select the Music tab. Select the checkbox labeled "Sync music". You have the option to sync all songs and playlists or selected playlists. Click Apply and iTunes will begin syncing the music you've selected to your iPod.
If you still have all that music on your computer then just update itunes first then update the I-pod. if you don't you are going to have to use an after market program to pull the music from the iPod to your computer first then add it to itunes. This happens when the original library is lost in itunes or when you install a fresh copy of itunes on your computer.
you cannot log on itunes through the unlocked phone itself,to download music.instead,you must download itunes to your mac or windows vista pc and sync phone through pc to download music. if you update iphone with itunes through the phone it will auto update firmware on the phone ,and your iphone will work no more. h A ck T & T USER