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Backup is really important as there may be lots of mistake which cause data loss! Well, if you want to backup your music, or any other data from your iPod to Mac, you should not miss iPubsoft iPod to Mac Transfer which is professional at solving this problem! And as for songs, i'd like to share a detailed tip for it here: How to Copy/Transfer iPod Music/Songs to Mac
iTunes is always the best tool for us to transfer music from iPod to computer or from computer to iPod, but for the situation of transferring music from iPod to new computer with iTunes is really difficult.
But there are some ways can help us to achieve it, like belows. http://support.apple.com/kb/hT1329
You may transfer the Songs from the Computer to the iPod Device by using the iTunes Application.
However, please feel free to contact for further information about the Application and the detailed steps to transfer the Songs.
The write on the site : 5. I'm
sure my THUMP is fully charged, so why doesn't it play music?
Make sure the volume is not set too low to hear.
Make sure there are song files stored on THUMP.
Connect THUMP to your computer
and open the
folder that shows the contents
of the THUMP
Make sure you have the correct music file formats
loaded into the THUMP memory.
plays MP3, WMA and WAV file
formats. No other
music file formats are supported
at this time.
Make sure the WMA music files you are trying
to play are not protected by
DRM. (See below
for more information on DRM.)
If the song files
are protected by DRM, you need
to download the
DRM Enabled Utility found at www.oakley.com/thump.
6. Why can't I get a full six hours of song
play time out of THUMP?
Many things affect play time, including the
volume level, file compression and
format. Also, lithium ion polymer
lose their charge while not in use.
are also susceptible to temperature.
though they represent the best
lithium ion batteries do not
in high heat.
7. Is it best to completely drain the THUMP
battery before recharging?
makes no difference. Lithium ion
have no "memory effect" like older
technologies such as nickel cadmium,
so you can
charge them at any time - even when
not fully discharged.
Have you tried to drag individual music files to your Thump? ITumes needs to be set to import in MP3 mode so that the music exports in MP3 mode. My original Thumps will not play AAC format music files. Also, do your Thumps fully charge using the wall charger? Hope this helps.
Plug the Oakley Thump into the computer to let it charge for 3 hours - a connector cable should have been provided. Double-click on My Computer - your computer should have assigned it a drive letter. Double click on the right drive letter - most computers will actually label it an Oakley. Look for a folder called Music. Now you must find songs in mp3 format only that are already downloaded on your computer. Drag the music files from the folder where your music files are stored into the music folder of the Oakley.
Not the easiest unit for beginners, but a neat concept.
hi, RealPlayer - PC Desktop Use RealPlayer on your computer desktop (Windows only) to transfer songs from a CD to your PC, and to play and manage your music on your PC. To transfer your MP3 files from your PC to your handheld, use RealPlayer on your desktop.
RealPlayer & Mac To transfer your MP3 files from your Mac to your handheld, use the included "Send to Handheld" droplet.