What u should do is get a psp from someone or if u plan to buy one soon put whatever songs from the computer with a USB cable to your psp and if u dont know how to do that then then ask me ; once u have the songs on your psp you connect the psp with the USB cable to the 360 and then go to media from there instead of going to hard drive go to device if it dosent show that then check your USB cable but make sure youre on USB mode from the psp then just go to the devices songs and burn all or the ones you want to your Xbox360 and it will say burning or a percentege when its done check to see if it works by then going to hard drive songs and it should be there if not there is no other way i can help you but a garrantee this will work!!!!!!! I may be 13teen but i play till like the 8 in the morning so im a good reliable source. FUNNY SONY AND MICROSOFT WORKING TOGETHER HAHA by the way my phone number is (916) 422-3927 if you need more assistance call me during only 7pm through 7:30pm
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The xbox was made to not be compatible with anything apple... if you had a zune your could put your music on it but not with an ipod... your can burn your songs to a cd then put them on the xbox.. the will work just fine... best of luck.
Are you putting the songs on the ipod through itunes? Ipods will not allow media to be put on the device through drag and drop(grabbing a song from your desktop, and droping it in the ipod folder). You have to use a program to put the songs on the ipod correctly. This can be done by useing Itunes. Go to www.itunes.com. If you have not purchased your songs with itunes, you will have to have itunes convert the songs for you. Once the songs are converted you should be able to load all the media you want onto your ipod. If you have any further questions feel free to contact www.wiredextreme.com
You can do this..... click here to download a software that will let you be able to extract songs from your ipod. After you extract the songs drag them onto the new itunes your using and then just sync. You will have all your previous songs and just drag new songs into itunes for more songs
You should go to www.limewire.com and downlaod limewire and manually download each song and it'll help you have the music in your i-pod. Yoy can also open i-tunes and connect your i-pod home of your i-pod and check the box that says manually manage songs but that will erase the music you have in the i-pod but will allow you to put the mp3 files on the i-pod.
Check that when you plug your iPod in that it isn't selected to "Shuffle," play which can happen if you are expecting to go through songs. There is also another reason and one I didnt know about until I took my iPod Classic back to my retailer thinking there was a problem;
If the songs on your iTunes or default device isn't an AAC file the iPod will fail to play it. On MAC systems simply click the file that you want to put onto your iPod, right click and scroll to "Get Info." If the file doesn't say it is an AAC file it won't play on your iPod. Scroll further down on the list to "Create AAC version." This takes milliseconds, doesn't affect the sound quality but condenses the data fit for the iPod Classic. Once that's done you can add any song you like.
Generally when you put a CD into a MAC it will automatically change the AIFF files into AAC which means you don't need to manually convert. AAC is usually needed when individual tracks are called up and put onto your iPod. I hope this helps you - it drove me nuts until I found out about the AAC.
BRAKE THE SH!t I HAVE THE SMAE ******* PROBLEM I THREW THE **** IN THE HIGH WAY THE GOT IT AFTER RAN OVER AT LEAST 79 TIMES I PUT IT ON FIRE AND THEN PUT MY WATER FROM MY WATER BOTTLE ON IT AND THEN I BUYED A I POD TOUCH x] am only 13 :)
i have had a 2gb nano for 3 years, so i bought a 4 gb and cannot put my songs on it from computer and i can not afford to buy songs anyway i like olden songs as i have i my old nano if any one could help me thanks ps you dont get a cd with new ones these days thanks again
Well as far as I know you have to connect the memory card into the adapter and connect the adapter to a card reader(a kind of a box like thing which only that can read the memory cards). This card reader you have to connect to the computer and just copy and paste the song and then reconnect
Any probs just let me know!?