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If I understand it, you have one set of headphones, and it isnt working on three different iPods. If all three iPods aren't working properly, then it is more likely to be a common element, which would be the headphone or the cable. It is practically impossible to solder those tiny cables BTW, so repair is not likely One other thing, if the plug is not inserted fully into the jack, you can get just one speaker working. Do you have cases on the iPods? are they interfering with proper insertion of the plug?
1. The automatic settings in iTunes and iPods will not allow you to sync two iPods with one version of iTunes or sync an iPod with multiple versions of iTunes without the content being completely erased from the iPod. 2. This can be very aggravating if more than one person in your household owns an iPod or you want to add music from a friend's iTunes library to your iPod. Changing the iPod settings through iTunes will let you sync more than one iPod on one computer.
3. Open the iTunes software. Connect one of the two iPods to a USB port found on the one computer. If a small window opens in iTunes after the program recognizes the iPod, you can close the window by clicking "No" or the "X" in the window. 4. Click the name of the iPod positioned under "Devices" on the left side of iTunes. When you highlight the iPod name, a variety of tabs will appear at the top of the iTunes program. 5. Choose the "Summary" tab and options will be listed in the middle of the program. Select the option labeled "Manually manage music and videos." If a window opens, click "OK." 6. Click "Apply" in the bottom right corner to change the settings on the plugged in iPod. Leave iTunes open. Repeat steps 2-6 with the second iPod you want to sync on the one computer.
Don't really know the hardware, all I can suggest is since you have managed to sync one ipad have you tried one ipod. The standard response for something that has many potential factors causing a problem is to try syncing each one of the ipods separately, you could find that one of the ipods is causing the whole lot to fail. It will take some time to do but if it is just the one ipod causing it you can remove it and then try syncing the rest. Hope this makes sense?
The other thing is are all the ipods running the same version of the iOS, I saw from the user guide of the Cart that you need to deselect the check for new software updates automatically, could it be that one of the ipods is running iOS 3 and the rest are running iOS 5. You can check this under settings then general and then about and then version.
As iPods continue to grow in popularity, more people are looking for an easy way to get music on their iPods. Here's how to easily download music from your computer to your iPod.
1. Plug your iPod into your
USB Port. You will see a message on your screen" An iPod has been
detected, but the iPod software is not installed. Install the iPod
software from the CD that came with your iPod or download the iPod
Software Updater (see resource link).
2Click on OK, and download
your software. Download iTunesSetup.exe (see resource link). After
download click Run. You can move media from your computer to your
iPod in a matter of seconds. iTunes has more than 8 million songs at
.99 cents per download; 35,000 Audio books, 1000 TV shows, and 100,000
3After download restart your computer, click the iTunes icon that has been placed on your desktop, register your iPod. Select, "automatically sync songs to my iPod" to allow iTunes to auto sync your iPod to match your music library and playlist each time you connect to your computer. Then click done, and that's how easy it is to get music from your computer to your iPod.
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Set your computer up so that you & your brother have different user accounts on your computer. This can be done via parental controls in windows Vista & xp (parental controls> create user). Once you do that, download the most recent itunes. You'll see itunes on both user accounts
Be sure to back up your music or you'll both have to create new libraries. When you sync your ipods, itunes will automatically recognizw which model ipod you have & update the software accordingly. I have my wife, both kids & I have all our ipods synced on 1 computer this way (Gen 3 30 gig, 2 gen 2 nanos, & a shuffle).