Question about Apple iPod touch
Is it true that you can only use one computer to download your music,pictures,movies,etc. or you will lose all of the things that were previously down loaded
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Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Yes. There is a way to get around it though.
Go into Itunes and dock you IPod. Cancel any sync programs. In the IPod controls of Itunes, select manually manage music. This will prevent your IPod from wiping out the music and or playlists. You can then delete music from your IPod or drag and drop songs into your IPod as well.
The licensing rules might have changed now so that purchased songs from Itunes can be added to another IPod as well. If you copy it in from another computer and it plays, then it worked. There was a time that wasn't the case. Purchased movies may or may not work as well.
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