Question about Apple iPod nano
I got a ipod for my birthday... no instructions.. but I was looking through it.. (thing is, it was my cousins, and he passed away.) and now it's asking me for a code.. and I can't do anything without it. No one knows the code. Is there another way?
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Connect the i-pod to your computer and run itunes. If all goes well your i-pod should be detected. click on music and the files you want to transfer by holing down ctrl and clicking o the individual tracks and drag them to the i-pod name.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
I bought a ipod at a pawn store so my computer of course does not recognize it and i need help erasing what is programmed on it and downloading new
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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