To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Had to get new computer with windows 10 and I can find a way to put music onto iTunes. Posted on Jan 25, AM. Page content loaded. Jan 26, PM in response to barryfromgastonia In response to barryfromgastonia. Hey Barry, I understand that you would like to transfer your music from your iPod to your new computer.
Copy Music From Your iPod to Your Computer
Do you have an old iPod that's sitting around gathering dust? It might still have old music on it that you no longer possess in any other form. If that's the case, grab your old music player, because you can transfer the music from your iPod to your computer. To do so, you just need to consider your iPod as an external drive that you can take music from. Once extracted from the iPod, you can add music to your iTunes library and even sync it with your iPhone.
Prevent iTunes From Automatically Syncing With Your Device
Most of us store music in two places: on our computer and on our iPod or other MP3 player. But if your computer crashes indefinitely, all the music you hopefully purchased disappears along with it. So what's left? A handicapped iPod, as Apple restricts its gadgets to sync with one music library--any attempts to sync with a different computer will result in a deleted iPod. Naturally, there's a workaround. If you'd like to safely move songs from your iPod except the iPod Touch to any computer, follow these steps:. In the iPod management screen, scroll down to Options and check "Enable disk use. Step 2: Now your iPod will show up as a drive on your Desktop. But before you can access its files, download and install a program called Houdini. Houdini lets you view the music folder that's automatically hidden by Apple.
This tutorial is designed to show you how to copy music from your iPhone, iPad or iPod to a directory on your computer or to an external storage device. Whether you're looking to make copies of your music for cloud storage or simply backup all the files in a particular directory, iExplorer has you covered! You can either use our convenient drag-and-drop interface or export songs with the touch of a button. If you don't already have iExplorer installed download it by clicking the button below. For more detailed installation instructions, click here. Then, go ahead and connect your device with its USB cable to your computer. Once the device is connected, iTunes may prompt you to sync your device - click "No" or "Cancel.