In this tutorial, we will begin with a background on how music is stored on the i Pod in the first place, and then look at the options available for copying music and other media files from the i Pod back to your computer, both on an individual basis and en masse for a complete disaster-recovery scenario.
It should be noted that the information in this article applies to all past and current models of i Pod, including the i Pod nano, i Pod mini, the i Pod shuffle, and now even the i Pod touch and i Phone.
If you only want to sync specific content categories such as playlists to your i Pod, you can easily configure manual setting for adding music to you i Pod.
Songs or albums can be set to repeat from the Now Playing screen in the i Phone i Pod app. They keeps changing shit around in their settings, took me a good 15 minutes to find this solution... I will be refusing to updating my i OS in the future, fk apple.
To set a song or album to repeat, follow these steps: 1.
In some circumstances, it is necessary to erase everything from an i Pod Touch.
For example, you may have purchased a used one and want to clear out the i Pod’s memory for your song library.
Unfortunately, with the exception of tracks purchased from the i Tunes Store, which we’ll discuss further later in this article, i Tunes provides no method for transferring your music and other media content from your i Pod back to your computer.
It has therefore fallen to third-party developers to pick up where i Tunes left off in this regard, and there are today a number of very robust and full-featured utilities that will do everything from basic copying of media content back to your hard drive all the way through to rebuilding your entire i Tunes library using the information on your i Pod, complete with playlists, ratings, and play count information.
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Apple's i Pod touch is a popular small business alternative to the i Phone or i Pad, as it can run virtually all the same productivity apps and utilities as its higher-priced siblings and is also capable of hosting Face Time video calls.
Occasionally, an i Pod touch may freeze or become completely unresponsive as the result of an app conflict or software glitch.