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Need to import photos from my hard drive to my ipod.

It asks me to sync my ipod with my computer; however, it states that anything I already have on my ipod currently will be lost.  My ipod was synced with another computer before.  So how could I get my pics on my ipod without losing what I already have on it??

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I personally stay away from itunes as much as possible, you might try downloading winamp and see if it supports pictures.  I also recommend it for maintaining your music. 

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How to unsync an ipod from a computer

By design, the iPod, iPhone and iPad will sync iTunes content with one computer at a time. Any attempt to sync such content with a second computer will result in ALL iTunes content being first erased from your phone & then replaced with the content from the second computer. This is a design feature and cannot be overridden. Because you replaced your computer, or hard drive, your phone will see this as a "new" computer. The iTunes content sync is one way: computer to phone. If you have photos that were synced to your phone or music ripped on your own that were not backed up, you will first have to extract them from your phone using third party software, before you do anything else, as Apple makes no provision to do so:

Use this:

Past iTunes, App store, & iBookstore content can be re-downloaded. Read here:

Once you've done that, do the following in the order specified:

1. Disable auto sync when an iPod/iPhone is connected under iTunes>Preferences>Devices(under Edit menu if using Windows).

2. Make sure you have one contact & one event in the supported applications on your computer(iCal & Address Book on a Mac, Windows Address Book or Outlook if using Windows). These entries can be fake, doesn't matter, the important point is that these programs not be empty.

3. Connect your phone, iTunes running, do not sync at this point.

4. Store>Authorize this computer.

5. File>Transfer Purchases(To make sure all purchased content on your phone will be in your iTunes library).

6. Right click your phone in the left device pane & select "Reset warnings".

7. Right click again and select "Backup".

8. Right click again & select "Restore from Backup", select the backup you just made. When prompted to create another backup, decline.

9. This MUST be followed by a sync to restore your iTunes content, which you select from the various tabs, You'll get a popup regarding your contacts & calendars asking to merge or replace, select "Merge".

Your phone should look just like it did when you started, with no data loss.

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Cant transfer photos from pc to ipod

connect your i-pod to you pc..go to my computer, seleck removable disk or the name that will appear the double click on it and open it..After this select the pictures you want from pc and copy it..then paste it in the folder removable disk or the name that you've opened....

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I am having trouble adding new material to my ipod shuffle I bought this last year and it is one of the matchbox sized ones I'm not sure what you call these. I tried to add some music to this on my home...

When you initially set up your ipod on one computer and then plug it into a different one, it will ask you if you wish to sync the songs with the new computer.


If you wish to manually drop and drag songs, you can do this as well and it will ask you if you want to use your ipod like a disk (like a flash drive.)

My suggestion is to import all of your songs you want on your home computer. You can drag songs from your "Library" to your ipod, simply select and drag them to the ipod icon.

If you want to charge your ipod at work just plug it in, don't click anything and then eject it. Or click import songs manually.

May 04, 2010 | Apple iPod shuffle MP3 Player

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I have an iPod 60gb. I now have a new computer. My photos from my other computer are on my iPod. I want to put new Photos on my iPod now, and new Music also. How can I do this? I keep getting a message...

The only way to solve that problem would be to transfer all of the items form your old comp uter to your new one so when u sync it to the new computer you will not lose anything. Hope I Helped

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Still asks me to download librian

The idj2 doesn;t search off your ipod. you have to put libraries together with the librarian tool.

Here is a manual for your idj2 it's clear and will tell you how to import a library to your computer for search and play.

send me your email and I will send you a manual i downloaded

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Itunes dont regocnise my ipod,so i cant update or add any tracks

Most of the time, your iPod won't come up because of a slightly dodgy hard drive. There's a couple of ways to solve this. The first one would be to get another iPod of the same model from a trusting friend or something, take the back off and swop the hard drives. Then plug the other iPod in. It will want to restore. Go through the restore and then swop it back. It should ask to restore now in your iPod. The second one is to buy a zif 1.8" usb hard drive caddy from ebay (should be under £10). Open it and attach your hard drive, wait for it to be recognized by your PC, then right click on it and format it as FAT32. Put it back in your iPod and it should want to restore. Or, buy a new hard drive.

Nov 22, 2008 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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I haven't been successful at importing my photos from kodak easy share to my I-pod, nor do I know if it is possible to do so. thanks

Summary iTunes 4.7 and later has the ability to sync photos from your computer to any iPod with a color display (including Fifth Generation iPod, iPod nano and iPod photo). Find out the answers to common questions about photo syncing.
Products Affected iTunes, iPod, iPod nano, iPhoto 4.x, iPhoto 5.x, iPhoto 6.x, iPhoto 7.x, Windows, Adobe Phototshop
What sources can iTunes sync from?
iTunes 4.7 and later for Mac OS X can sync from:
  • iPhoto 4.0.3 or later
  • A selected folder of photos
iTunes 4.7 and later for Windows can sync from:
  • Adobe Photoshop Album 1.0
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0
  • A selected folder of photos
Note: You cannot select a folder to which you do not have write access, like a CD. Later versions of Adobe Photoshop Album are not compatible. iTunes will only present the option to select a folder if a later versions is installed.
How much hard drive space do I need to sync my photos?
You need to have about as much free space on your hard drive as the size of your collection of photos. iTunes constructs a photo database on your hard drive in order to make photo syncing fast when you add new photos in the future.
What file formats can I sync to my iPod?
See iPod: Compatible photo formats for a list of file formats that can be used.
Can I sync my photos to my iPod manually?
You can't drag individual photos or groups of photos to the iPod like you can with music files in iTunes, but you can choose how you want them to be synchronized (see below) by selecting the correct options:
iTunes 7 or later:
  1. Connect your iPod to your computer.
  2. Select the iPod icon when it appears in the iTunes window (below devices).
  3. If the Photos pane does not show, click the Photos tab.
  4. Select your photo syncing options.
In iTunes 6.0.5 or earlier:
  1. Connect your iPod to your computer.
  2. Select Preferences from the iTunes menu (Macintosh) or Edit menu (Windows).
  3. Select iPod.
  4. Select Photos.
  5. Select your photo syncing options.
The syncing options include:
  • If you use iPhoto 4.0.3 or later in Mac OS X, you can have iTunes automatically sync all of your photos and albums or just certain albums every time you connect your iPod.

  • If you are using Adobe Photoshop Elements versions 3.0 or later, you can sync all of your photos or just certain collections of photos.

  • If you are using Adobe Photoshop SE in Windows, you can sync either all of your photos or certain collections of photos. If you are using Adobe Photoshop Album SE in Windows, you can only sync all of your photos. Note: While Photoshop Album allows you to sync only certain collections, Photoshop Album SE does not allow you to assign collection tags that are required for this to work.
  • If you are not using any of the above applications, you can sync all of the photos in a selected folder, or only photos in specific folders inside the selected folder. Folders inside the selected folder will be displayed as photo albums on the iPod, but not subfolders beneath them.
Can I add photos from multiple computers or user accounts to one iPod?
No, adding photos can only happen from one computer or user account.
Can I sync photos from my iPod to another computer?
No, all photo syncing is one way only, from computer to iPod. You can put full-quality copies of all your photos on the iPod in the options available in the Photos pane. Then drag the full-quality photos out of the Photos folder on an iPod that has disk mode enabled to any other computer.
What does it mean when "Optimizing for iPod" appears in iTunes and what happens if I cancel?
iTunes creates TV-quality versions of your photos and stores them in a database on your computer. This makes it much faster when you add new photos to your iPod later. If you cancel this optimization, the photos are not added to the iPod.

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Remove imported photos from iPod Delete a roll of photos directly from iPod
  1. Navigate to the main Menu.
  2. Select Extras, then Photo Import.
  3. Select the roll name, then Delete Roll, and then Delete.

In iTunes 7 or later Imported photos can also be deleted from the iPod disk while it is attached to a computer.
  1. Connect your iPod to your computer.
  2. When the iPod icon appears in the iTunes Source list (below Devices), select it.
  3. If the Summary pane isn't showing, click the Summary tab.
  4. Click "Enable disk use".
  5. All imported photos are located in the "DCIM" folder on the iPod disk.

Jul 13, 2008 | Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player

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60 gb ipod photo sync issues! =(

I don't believe its a File Problem, My lads Ipod has the same error -69 and will not sync, However it will also not sync on my Itunes which syncs fine with my 30gb IPOD and my Ipod also syncs fine on his computer.

So can't see where the file problem could be...

I know this doesn't help but there seems to be so many people looking in the wrong place (In my opinion)

Oct 15, 2007 | Audio Players & Recorders

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