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mediaget30

Source:http://www.mp4kits.com/Guides/iPod/Thanks-to-iPod-Transfer/

The other day, I bought a new iPod touch, I like it very much. All it did terrific jobs until this morning.

 

This morning, I was going to listen to my music using my iPod touch, however, the disaster came. All my music and video content disappeared. I was so anxious that I’m afraid of losing all my favorite songs and videos. I open iTunes to sync my iPod touch, but iTunes told me that it didn’t recognize my iPod touch and suggested restoring to the factory settings. My God, I was nearly crazy with the trouble. Most importantly, I won’t want to lose all my files, I spent seven hours to get them and did not back them up. But I was sure that I didn’t delete them, the files must be still in my iPod touch.

 

So I did google a lot. Thank Goodness! I find a solution to backup my iPod files to my computer. I download the third software called iPod Transfer, which does a great job helping me back all my songs and video files up to my computer. Following is to restore my iPod touch. Although spent more than ten minutes, now I have all my songs and videos retrieved.

 

Thanks to iPod Transfer! Now I want to share with iPod users how to backup your iPod files to computer in case of suddenness.

 

Step one: Download iPod Transfer and run it.

 

Step two: Connect you iPod to your computer, and all your iPod files will be automatically shown in the program as the screenshot. You can set the columns display.

 

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Step three: Select the songs or videos you want to backup, click “Copy” button then specify the backup directory.

 

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Please note that the trial version only allows you copy five files. I have numbers of music songs and videos, so I purchased an official version. Although the program charges me $19.95, I think it is worth that price.


yordan

Nice tutorial, mediaget30, very useful, thanks.I really appreciated the honest "source" mentioning where the topic is coming from.Please do not forget the quotes next time.RegardsYordan


toby

There must be free versions for this task. If I ever get an iPod, I'd always use alternatives to iTunes.


yordan

There must be free versions for this task. If I ever get an iPod, I'd always use alternatives to iTunes.

There are several posts on Xisto for ipod-to-PC, I guess most of them are free and the best ones are OpenSource!And of course I will personally never buy an Ipod, I would rather buy a huge mp3 player !

Vyoma

...And of course I will personally never buy an Ipod, I would rather buy a huge mp3 player !

I think iPod is over rated too. I do own a iPod Touch, and not sure what the big deal is all about. I use it regularly, but the annoying thing is the elitist Apple does not provide their iTunes software for Linux. I am just waiting for the two or so years to pass by when my iPod would die (the battery replacement "feature" is another draconic feature in my honest opinion), I would just opt for some other music player, which I am sure could be used with generic software - which means I can use it in sync with my Linux installs.