Question about Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation
Would like to transfer new playlist to my ipod
Ok connect to pc ? go to my computer click on it there you will see drive G then right click on it then format it this will allow you to restart a new list but i must state you will lose every thing on it ?
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Dec 10, 2013 | Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation
Are you an IPod
greenhand or new user to iPod? Are you annoyed with how to transfer
iPod playlist to
iTunes? So, how do you get iPod
playlist to iTunes? Factually speaking, it's not difficult to do it. All that
we what we have to do is to make sure your iPod connect to your iTunes and that
you follow the instructions below.
But, just like everything surrounding the App Store, there is always an "App for that". iPod to computer is one of those apps that provide you a fast way to transfer iPod playlist to iTunes.
The iTunes program servers as
both a media player and a database for the content you've added to it. The
program window lists your songs and videos so you can see what you have, but
the actual files themselves are stored elsewhere. In the default location, your
files are nestled inside subfolders within the iTunes program folder on your
If you're like a lot of iPod listeners, one of your favorite things to do is make up new playlists. You might spend hours each week working on making up new lists for different occasions. You've probably got a list for doing homework or work, a list for working out, a list for driving in the car, and a list for a romantic date. Having all these playlists can be a lot of fun, and sometimes making them can be a little addicting, too.
This is why many people love the on-the-go playlist making application on their iPods. With this application, you can put any song on your iPod into an impromptu playlist. Maybe you want a brand new list to express your mood for today. Maybe you're just on a roll with discovering new music and are making a fantastic playlist for a friend. Either way, making these lists can be fun and interesting.
The problem, however, is that you can't save or label on-the-go playlists. If you leave them on your iPod, they'll just be named on-the-go and called by the order in which you made them. You won't be able to rearrange them or fine tune your playlist making skills like you can when you're actually making a list in iTunes.
If your iPod is broken and all you want to do is that transfer all the files to iTunes? How can you to transfer then? Maybe you are worried about these problems and think that it is hard to do it because the restrictions by apple. Here I want to say it is easy now as longs as to use a software to help us and then we can get what we want easily.
Here I want to choose Cucusoft iPod Transfer according to the long-term good test.
Before you run our program, please be sure you have installed iTunes on your computer, and you can manage your ipod device with no problem.
Step 1. First connect your iPod to your computer via USB cable. Then install and run iPod Transfer. After done, the playlist will be shown on the main interface as below. All the playlists and other files will be shown on Cucusoft transfer below.
Step 2. Copy the playlist and transfer into iTunes library from iPod.
Step 3. Click the "Export" button and start to copy ipod playlist to itunes library right now. Choose Export to iTunes and OK.
Now you have successfully copied ipod playlist to itunes!
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