You see, i never actually used my itunes account. Instead, I uploaded songs from cd's that i own or tooke from friends.
My computer's hard drive broke down a few weeks ago, and i haven't had a chance to get it fixed. Is there any way to retrieve my songs through my iPod? I would re-upload songs, but i have over 800 by now, and it would take too long.
Please help me!
Ok. so you have lost your itunes or cant get into it?
just simply go to google and type download itunes. a selection of different websites will come up. clik the site that suits your need. then just follow it step by step.
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If you open iTunes with the CD in the drive and click File - Add folder to library/Add file to library you should be able to find the CD containing the MP3's from there. This will then add them to your iTunes library and you can put them on your iPod by dragging them to your iPod when it is connected in iTunes.
1. Pull out your CDs and start downloading. CDs can be used to download your favorite music from the past. You can search the titles on the back of the CD cover and choose the track numbers you want added to your iPod. Simply attach your iPod to your computer, wait until the iTunes program has appeared and add the music to your library and play list. 2. Use the iTunes store. The great thing about the iTunes store is that it is easily accessible. You can search by artist name, song title or album. The prices appear right next to the song 3. Find a user-friendly music download program. You can either buy a program and install from the Internet or upload a program from a disc. 4. Use your email. Email is much more than just a way to talk online. If your friend has a few songs that you do not have, tell them to email it to you. You can download the music from your email account. Save the songs on your desktop or in a file folder and click and drag the music into iTunes. You will only have to wait a short time for the conversion process! 5. Transfer iTunes libraries from another iPod. If your iPod is fairly new and you don?t have any great music, simply borrow your friend?s music by plugging in your iPod to their iTunes library. A pop up window will appear, asking if you want to use the current library. Simply agree to use the iTunes library and you will have all of their music in a matter of minutes.
1. Reset or restore your iPod for a try, this can fix many general iPod problems.
2. Upgrade or re-install iTunes for a try, this is the method that I got from Apple technical support.
3. You may try this iTunes alternative, I always use it to upload music and video to my iPod once my iTunes can't recognize my iPod, my friends recommend it to me, it's easy to use and works pretty well, you can also use it to copy music and video from ipod to computer, it's useful when you lost your iTunes library.
http://www.ipod-transfer-copy.com/ipod-iphone-to-computer-transfer-cucusoft.html Hope it helps.
Are you running the most current version of iTunes? If not try upgrading. After that, try seeing if there is an firmware upgrade. If there is, try upgrading that too. Then try reuploading songs. If it is still not working, it might be damaged or just not working anymore. Only use Itunes when uploading songs to ipod regardless of type.
It sounds like you have a memory problem. You need to check to see what type of files they are. Select a song in itunes and choose get info from the file menu, then check the format. If it isn't aac that is your problem. Convert the songs to aac, it takes awhile but will free up memory. Also check the actual memory usage. Connect your ipod to comp then select it in itunes, open the ssettings tab. On the bottom is a colored bar showing how much memory and the ipod uses and what it is for. If all else fails resort to the five r's.
As restrictive as the iTunes music store is, there is a secret
policy in place that will allow you to re-download your entire purchase
history in case anything happens to you music collection.
In the event this happens, simply email Apple’s iTunes support group and after a few days you will get the response:
In the event that a customers entire music library is
lost, the iTunes Music Store does re-grant the purchases history.
Please keep in mind that Apple does not offer protection against the
loss of purchases, so this is a one-time exception.
I can verify this is true as well.