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To retrieve pictures from iPod Nano you need to be dependent on the iPod Photo Recovery software and the images got deleted from the device will be restored on the device. For any queries follow the link, http://www.ipodphotorecovery.com/retrieve-pictures-from-ipod-nano-after-sync-error-13019.html
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First, make sure the pictures are in jpg format, and put the ones that you want on the iPod into a specific folder - you can even call it "iPod photos folder" if you want.
Then conenct the iPod to the computer, and then open up iTunes.
Left-click on the tab that says iPod Nano, if it doesn't come up automatically, and then select the Photos tab.
Select the drop down next to the line that says "Sync Photos from," and locate the folder that the photos are stored in.
It will add all photos that are in that folder to your iPod - may take several minutes depending on how many photos you are addding.
Once this option is selected, any photos that you add to this folder from here on out will be automatically added to the iPod whenever you connect the iPod to the computer.
On the iPod Nano, horizontally-biased photos display the best - wil ltake up the full screen of your Nano; but vertically-biased photos wil lstill show up.
When you plug the iPod into the computer, iTunes should recognize the Nano after a minute or less. When it does, click on the icon of the Nano, and then click the Photos tab. Then check the box that says Sync from folder, and select the folder that your photos are stored in. The iTunes tool is not very precise or suer-friendly, and needs a lot of work. But, that is how it works. It usually only gives you an all-or-nothing choice - either load EVERY photo in a given folder, or load none of them. You may have to create a special folder on your desktop that you plan on storing only photos that you intend to sync to your iPod.
When you disconnect the iPod from your computer, you will be able to access your photos. You will also see that iTunes has created a "Photos" folder on your iPod where there wasn't one before.
1. To load pictures onto your ipod, you need the itunes software which will easily allow you to put photos onto your ipod.
2. When you get the itunes software, it will have an option in the list where your ipod will be listed for you to eject your ipod. It will be a symbol that looks just like any regular eject button. You could also eject your ipod by going to my computer and right clicking on it, and in the list, select eject.
To get the itunes software, you can go to this website and download it: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/