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I CANNOT TRASFER SONGS FROM I TUNES TO MY IPOD!

MY PROBLEM IS I CAN'T TRANSFER ALL MY SONGS FROM MY LIBRARY-ITUNES TO MY IPOD.. IF I AM GOING TO SYNC IT, THE OLD SONGS WILL BE REPLACED WITH THE NEW DOWNLOADED SONGS. I HAVE STORED PICTURES BUT I CANT SEE IT IN MY IPOD ALTHOUGH IF AM GOIN TO OPEN MY DEVICE USING MY COMPUTER I CAN SEE MY PICTURES. WHAT MIGHT BE THE PROBLEM? HOW CAN I ADD SONGS WITHOUT ERASING THE OLD ONE.

PLEASE REPLY ME AT MY E-MAIL airahbalisi_0410@yahoo.com

 

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  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2007

    all songs will not transfer from itunes library to ipod

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2008

    when i drag songs limewire 2 my itunes libary 2snyc into my ipod it wont work

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Your can try this it helped me.

Copy from any PC or Mac.

1. Copy the iTunes Library.itl and iTunes Music Library.xml from your "iTunes Folder".

2. Then paste those files on the "iTunes Folder" (same for both PC or Mac).

3. PC users, please rename the extension to .itl and replace the file. (see below for guides on renaming).

4. Mac users, just replace the identical file instead. (no need to rename the extension).

3. Open your iTunes and plugin the iPod into and sync it.

For Mac:

Finder ---> Preferences ---> Advance Tab ---> Show all files extensions.

or for PC:

My Computer ---> Folder Options ---> View Tab ---> uncheck the "Hide extensions for known file types"

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SAMIANA,

WHen YOU TYPE IN ALL CAPS, IT MEANS YOU"RE YELLING!!!!

Ok, WHat your are looking to do is called MANUALLY IPOD SYNCING.....

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=61148


That should be all you need, with further links below the article.



Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 19, 2007

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