20 Most Recent Apple iPod 4th Generation MP3 Player Questions & Answers


You could try iTunes. Certainly, there are lots of 3rd-party programs which could reach this goal efficiently. I usually use Leawo iTransfer to finish this task. Now I take it as an instance teach you how to transfer songs from an iPod to another. Download Leawo iTransfer ' Leawo iTransfer for Mac and install it. Method 1. Transfer Music from Old iPod to New iPod(Music Purchased from iTunes Store) People can transfer music from old iPod to new iPod with iTunes or download all the songs again from iTunes Store. Speaking of iTunes, users can actually rely on the software to transfer music. If you have music backups of the old iPod in iTunes, you can easily sync the songs with the new iPod. If you don't have backups, you are also able to transfer purchased songs from the old iPod to iTunes using the "Transfer Purchases" function of iTunes. But you won't be allowed to transfer the songs from the old iPod to computer or new iPod if the songs are not got from iTunes. The following simple guidance is about transfer music from old iPod to new iPod with the "Transfer Purchases" function of iTunes: transfer-purcahses-tdeekcwupyhwhmfcywypjmkd-3-0.jpg 1. Plug the Old iPod into computer via the USB cable. Then launch iTunes. 2. Click "File > Device > Transfer Purchases". iTunes will automatically transfer the songs to iTunes library. 3. Plug the new iPod into computer. Then import the songs from iTunes to the new iPod. Method 2. Transfer Music from Old iPod to New iPod with Leawo iTransfer Run Leawo iTransfer and Connect iPods Run Leawo iTransfer after installing it on your PC. Then connect your iPods to computer with the USB cables. The software will automatically detect your devices and show the libraries of each iPod in the left sidebar. Select Music from the Old iPod Click "Music" of the old iPod, and then the songs will be shown in the right part of the software. Click the transfer button (right arrow in a dark blue square) at the right bottom to transfer all the music files. Or you are allowed to hold "Ctrl" and click to choose songs, and then right click the chosen songs to "Transfer to > My New iPod". Transfer Settings The dialog of transfer settings comes out after clicking the transfer button or right-clicking to choose songs. Check the "Transfer to List: My New iPod" and then click "Transfer Now" to start the music transfer. Transferring Music from Old iPod to New iPod When the transfer begins, a dialog of transfer process will show up. The progress bar in the dialog will notice you the percentage of the music transfer. You will get all the songs in your new iPod when the transfer finishes. For more detail, check: How to Transfer Music from Old iPod to New iPod

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Feb 20, 2019


This is a tricky task that requires careful removal of the screen, soldering and reapplying new adhesive. You can check out this tutorial to see if you are up to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhXcZftb4iw

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Mar 02, 2015


Only way is factory reset

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Nov 27, 2014


That means your hard drive is bad.

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Mar 06, 2014


Someone who knows how to change it properly, you can find them on craigslist or kijiji if you live in Canada.

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Jan 01, 2014


If you're comfortable with opening your iPod, you can replace the LCD (you can buy a replacement one on eBay) and the new one should work properly.

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Dec 03, 2013


The problem is with the backlight coil. I just successfully repaired a nano 6th the other night, I used a coil from a ipod touch 4th gen. I am still testing it out to make sure coil is compatible, I will be making a video showing the repair to post on youtube... So far I have found no one else who has made this repair, so I hope my video will help some people out...

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Feb 07, 2013


Hi jorge613Go to the following website to veiw how to get rid of your IpodPlease rate meBudhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHHEmgc29aI

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Jan 07, 2013


Hi suetill56Download and install the latest Itunes.After you have Itunes installed on your computer and running, then hook your Ipod to the computer using the data cable.The computer will recognize and update the ipodPlease take time to rate meBud

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Jan 01, 2013


Hi there Jaime,The only reason I can come up with is a hardware problem. Changing colours on your iPod is an error in your screen. You'll have to go to an official Apple retailer and have it fixed. However, if it still under guarantee you might be able to have it done for free. Sorry for not really helping you. Kind regards

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Dec 25, 2012


If the file is corrupt, then it will skip until it finds one that it can play. I had this on some songs I ripped from a scratched up CD. At a certain point, the files are not clear enough for the iPod/iTunes, and will be skipped. This can also happen if you've unplugged without ejecting the iPod first while you were transferring music. I would recommend either playing a different song, or if it is doing it to all of them, put the iPod into DFU mode. You should be able to google that and have no problem with it. It will wipe your iPod, however.

Apple iPod 4th... • Answered on Nov 17, 2012

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