Although iTunes program is very good at keeping a computer-based library synchronized to an iPod automatically it provides exreamly limited functionality for transferring info in the opposite direction-from your iPod back to your computer. one of the likely reasons for Apple to have taken such a restrictive approach to this is to combat piracy and thereby maintain good relations with the music brands that are selling their selling their content via Apple iTunes Store. so it has therefore fallen into the three party developers to pick up where iTunes left off in this regard. and i give a high recommendation to Aniosoft iBackup,which is very robust and full-featured utilitie that will do everything from basic coping of media content back to your hard drive all the way through to rebuilding your entire library using the info on your iPod,complete with playlists,ratings ,and play count info.Among all these apps i would like to recommend Aniosoft ibackup.it enables you to transfer iPod's music and other content to any storage device and iTunes as well. 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 in your case,you can make a music transfer from your iPod to the iTunes in your computer with this tool and also make a backup for the ipod's content somewhere in your computer as well.
There is a note that needs your attention,you have to turn off the auto sync of the iTunes before you can make this transfer.
by ibanga007 21 months ago
Here are your instructions from the website below.Forgotten your iPhone Passcode?If you have forgotten your iPhone's Passcode you will need to restore your phone via iTunes.But first you have to put your phone into the restore mode which is a slightly fiddly process.Plug your iPhone into your PC or...
by Through My Lens 7 years ago
How do you transfer iTunes playlists from one computer to another?Going from a Mac mini to an iMac
by LittleStar32 9 years ago
Hi...why not write a hub about this instead?
by casotanas 8 years ago
Your article doesn't belong in this forum - this is specifically for Hubpages use. This would be better posted as a Hub. However the content must be original and not copied. You could also post in the part of the forum devoted to technology.Hope this helps.
by rdangat 8 years ago
What will happen to my paid applications if I used my Ipod to different computer? My Itunes is...currently installed at my desktop. I want to install my itunes on my laptop and download some other applications using my laptop. Will I still be able to keep my other applications such as downloaded...
by itscaren 8 years ago
How can I get the apps I downloaded to my iPod Touch back from iTunes on my computer?iTunes removed all my apps from my iPod Touch when I tried to transfer podcasts from iTunes to the iPod. They are all there in iTunes on my computer, but no option to transfer them BACK to my iPod.
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