Question about Apple iPod touch
I have a new computer and want to transfer my music library from my iPod touch to my new iTunes library. How can I do this?
You could try Leawo iTransfer to solve this problem. Just follow the below steps to do that.
Run Leawo iTransfer
Run Leawo iTransfer and connect iPod to computer with the USB cable. The software will automatically detect the libraries of your iPod, and show the libraries in the left sidebar.
Select Music Files
Choose "Music" library and the files will show up in the right part of the window. Click the transfer button at the right bottom to transfer all the music files. Or hold "Ctrl" key and click to choose files, and then right-click the selected files to "Transfer to > iTunes".
After clicking the transfer button, you will see a pop-up dialog. Check "Transfer to List: iTunes" and click "Transfer Now" to start transferring music from iPod to iTunes library. If you want to copy the songs to computer, you can check "Save to Folder" and click "Change" to choose a folder on your computer to save the files.
Transferring Music from iPod to iTunes
A dialog pops up and shows the percentage of the music transfer. When the transfer is ongoing, please don't disconnect your iPod. After the music transfer, you will get the music files in your iTunes library.
For more details, check: 3 Ways to Transfer Music from iPod to iTunes Library
Posted on Sep 05, 2019
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Posted on Dec 01, 2010
In the official company FAQ, Apple originally stated that:
Synchronization occurs only in one direction, from your computer to your iPod. This means you cannot transfer music, automatically or manually, from your iPod to a computer, and you cannot use iPod to copy a music library from one computer to another.
Synchronization generally occurs only in one direction, from your computer to your iPod. This means you typically cannot transfer music, automatically or manually, from your iPod to a computer, and you cannot use iPod to copy a music library from one computer to another.
An exception to this is the transfer purchases feature which allows you to restore purchased iTunes content to your computer from your iPod. Additionally, if you legally are allowed to copy music or other media files , you can configure your iPod as a storage drive to move media files.
iTunes 7 and higher allow one to use an iPod to transfer songs purchased through iTunes to as many as five authorized computers. This only works for songs purchased through iTunes, not those ripped from CDs or downloaded from other sources, which are much more common.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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