I have a new ipod, not exactly new about two months old i didn't know it worked with itunes so i synced songs from another player but the ipod wouldn't play the songs. Now i know how it works, i've already downloaded itunes and when i connencted my nano a page would come up that told me to register it and to set up an itunes store account but i couldnt see the whole page it uses the whole screen ive tried everything but i still cant see the page. Anyway the only button i could see was Register Later so i clicked on that but that was only to agree to the terms of law and stuff and i coudnt even see the button to accept that. Someone told me to go to apple.com/register or something like that, i already went and registered my nano but they didnt recongnize the serial number. At the end i registered i got a resistration email so i know i did. I went back to itunes and signed up. I already registered my ipod and got an itunes account but when i connected my ipod again the same page came up to tell me to register my ipod and set up my account. I already did that so now what?
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You can transfer the songs from the old iPod to the new iPod using the iTunes Software installed in the Computer. It is required to connect the old iPod to the Computer and sync the songs to the iTunes Software. Select the Sync iPod option from the File Menu. Once you sync the songs from the old iPod you can connect the new iPod and Sync again to transfer the songs from the iTunes.
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I would recommend making sure each desired song is selected by Checking the check box next to the songs. If this is already done and the songs still will not go onto the ipod; make sure they play in itunes. I hope this is just the answer you needed. If not please do let me know
Hi, I think you are using Itunes to Sync your IPOD-T.
If u r using Itunes Then u shouldn't delete any thing from ur ITUNES... Because, Sync is a option which will check the contents of your ipod and Itunes... If u erase anything from your itunes, then it will erase the same in ur IPod as well.... So U shouldn't delete anything from ur itunes....
Other option would be Manual Sync option... Where u have to drag and drop the contents from ur Itunes. Everytime....
Let me know, whether u want to manually add contents to ur ipod. so tat i can send u the settings?
well, that's creepy. I bought a new computer some months ago and I did the exact thing as you with my ipod.
when I can't sync songs on to my ipod, it may be the song is not supported on you ipod.
hope this helps and good luck :)
Are you saying, that you want to know if you can use your old iTunes that you had for your shuffle, on your new ipod? If so, the answer is yes. Copy your itunes music on a pordable disk. When you plug your ipod into your computer, it will recogonize that it is a different ipod. A box will come up and ask you if you want to have a new library. Click yes and then you will have a new library. Put your disk(s) in and copy them over to your itunes.
I hope this helps, but I'm sorry if it doesn't. I didn't exactly get what you were saying. I haven't exactly tried this, but I think it will work. Please rate my solution.
Apple intended iTunes to be used to sync your ipod. There is a windows version available on www.apple.com/itunes
Also, if you are syncing songs, make sure they are in a compatible format. (ie not .wma files)
You can download a developers version, not the final product of Songbird. It works just like itunes, but less problematic.
It will allow you to "mount" the ipod as a disk, then you can save, the songs to your PC. It will ask you if you want to sync with it, just say no and you will be able to view the contents.
I didnt make Songbird, I have just used it recently for the same problem.
Best of Luck.