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Old Jul 27, 2009, 01:27 AM
neverflow neverflow is offline
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Default iPod to iPod Transfer, iPod to Computer Transfer, Computer to iPod Transfer

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Actually, I am not very good at iPod stuff and I always make a mess up about my iTunes and iPod. But now it is very easy for me to do with my iTunes and iPod, I can easily transfer data between my iPod nano and iPhone, backup my iPod data in my computer and put songs and videos from my computer to my iPod/iPhone without iTunes.

[b]So I found Aiseesoft iPod Transfer [/b]


Now I will share with you this fantastic iPod assistant.

[b]Part 1: How to transfer songs and videos and other data between two different iPod/iPhone.
Step 1: Download and install Aiseesoft iPod Transfer [/b]

[b]Step 2: Connect iPod.[/b]
Connect your two iPod/iPhone to your computer via USB cable.

[b]Step 3: Find your data.[/b]
Open the library/playlist that you want to export files. Pick the files that you need to transfer.

[b]Step 4: Transfer data[/b]
Just click “iPod to iPod” button and it will show you the folder of another iPod that you want to transfer to. Click OK. The transfer can be finished automatically.


[b]Part 2: How to backup iPod data on your computer.[/b]

[b]Step 1: Connect your iPod.[/b]

Run the software, and connect your iPod/iPhone to your computer via USB cable. After done, the iPod/iPhone icon and its library and playlists will appear in the Device list.

[b]Step 2: Find your files[/b]
Open the library/playlist that you want to export files, and then check the file(s) you want to export in the file list.

[b]Step 3: Backup files[/b]
Click “iPod to computer” button to select the destination of the exporting files and start exporting files.


[b]Part 3: How to transfer songs and videos from computer to iPod without iTunes.[/b]

[b]Step 1: Connect iPod.[/b]
Connect your iPod/iPhone to your computer via USB cable.

[b]Step 2: Find data[/b]
Click “computer to iPod” button to seek the files or folders that you want to import to iPod and click OK. The process of importing will be finished instantly.

Old Oct 14, 2009, 11:24 PM
Savannah S Savannah S is offline
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Old Oct 16, 2009, 07:09 PM
fannle fannle is offline
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Default How to transfer music/video from iPod to PC and iTunes

My MAC crashed a week ago and I lost all my itunes songs. I thought I had to recopy more than 4Gb of songs, one by one, from scratch, all over again.!!!!!! Luckily, my tech friend recommended a iPod-to-mac tranfer program. As I know how bad it feels to lose all your music, I decided to show you how to recover it just in case you ever need to.

I used this program.


There are many others out there, but I definitely liked this one best.

With this trustworthy ipod-to-mac transfer tool, never worry about the loss of hundreds of songs in iTunes in the event of a fatal computer crash again. It can not only help us transfer music, movie, photo library and playlists from ipod to mac, but also from mac to ipod, from ipod to itunes.

Moreover, it provides an easy way to share iPod with my roommate’s iPhone.

If you are using [B]windows PC[/B], I would recommend you this all-in-one iPod Rip:


It supports iPod to pc transfer, iPod to iTunes transfer and pc to iPod transfer.
Old Oct 23, 2009, 12:33 AM
percyhu percyhu is offline
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I am using Aniosoft iBackup to transfer music from iPod to computer.a great third-party program which enables you to transfer music,movies, podcasts,TV shows,photoes from iPod/iPhone to iTunes and computer as audio files too. And both the backup in the storage device can be recovered and restored with no any change and no any risk.And the data in the iTunes is quite in accord with the iPod's data including its playlists,rating and etc.
So this one is also an useful backup program for iPod/iPhone users. It's a necessary tool especially for iPod/iPhone users who happend to have a new computer and lose iTunes' data on the old ones.

I found the solution at Yahoo answers and i'll show it here since i'm a person who likes to spread words after using something amazing.

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