If you sync your iPod all of your music will be automatically deleted. We have a step-by-step process to help you. Some of the steps might be transferrable but this is aimed at PC users. Click the iPod icon on the left side of the iTunes window. A box may appear that will ask if you want to sync the ipod with the computer. Double-click the iPod icon. Paste the folders to your desktop. Go back to your iTunes. Select one of the folders that you put on the desktop.
Part 1. Best Way to Sync iPod to New Computer
Synchronizing an iPod to iTunes automatically end like this. In fact, you are only allowed to connect your iPod with a single iTunes library on a computer. We will show you two different ways:. Step 1: Open iTunes before connecting your iPod with computer, it will try to sync automatically. Disable this in iTunes. It will appear at the top of the iTunes window after a moment. Step 7: Select your iPod from the top row of buttons in iTunes, it will display the Summary page for your iPod in the main iTunes frame. Step Drop the music on your iPod in the sidebar that appears.
Your iPod comes in handy when you want to share song ideas for a business presentation or you'd like to play music at a company party. When you connect your iPod to a computer, iTunes asks if you want to sync the device to that computer and the music library on it. If you try to sync your iPod with iTunes on a different computer, iTunes will delete your music. By backing up your music before syncing, you can prevent iTunes from deleting it. Click the "Start" button and type "folder options" in the search bar.