Question about Audio Players & Recorders
1. First connect your ipod to computer and avoid itune autosync.
2. to avoid auto-sync, press shift and ctrl key of your keyboard when you are connecting your ipod to computer.
3. Hold shift and ctrl keys and open itunes (normally itune will open automatically when you connect ipod).
Don't let go of Shift+Ctrl.
• Wait until the iPod shows in the Source list under itune devices (it take sometime to show ipod in device of itune while, but don't let go of Shift+Ctrl)
Note: itune ark one pop up message to choose an existing library or to create a new one. Click on Create a new one so that it can just open.
Once it shows up, close iTunes
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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