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How to sync iPod with iTunes

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How to sync iPod with iTunes: You have received a iPod as a gift, would you like to synchronize your iTunes music library in it but you don’t know how to do it? Don’t worry, this is such a simple procedure that it will take you no more than five minutes to learn and put it into practice.

Do you accept the bet? Well, then read how to sync iPod with iTunes through the directions I am about to give you and immediately try to transfer your favorite songs to Apple’s media player. It’s a real no-brainer!

If you want to learn how to sync iPod with iTunes, the first step you need to take is to connect the device to your computer using the supplied cable and start iTunes (if it doesn’t start automatically). Then select the name of your iPod (eg. iPod by ) from the menu Devices which is located at the top right and go to the tab Music.

Now, put the check mark next to the item Sync music which is at the top of the screen that opens and choose whether to sync the complete iTunes library to your iPod, putting the check mark next to the item Whole music libraryor whether to choose individual albums / playlists / artists to copy to the player, placing the check mark next to the item Selected playlists, artists, albums and genres and selecting the items to synchronize from the list below.

Finally click on the button Apply and the process of copying the music tracks from the computer to the iPod will begin. From this moment on, every time you connect the iPod to the PC, iTunes will synchronize the selected items between the PC and the device (e.g. if you download a new song and put it in one of the playlists you have chosen to synchronize, the song will be automatically transferred to iPod).

By default, when you do sync iPod with iTunes, the video clips and voice memos saved on the computer are also copied to the device. If you want to disable this feature, go back to the tab Music Of iTunesremove the check marks from the items Include video clips And Include voice memos and click the button Apply to save the changes.

You can also have iTunes copy as many music tracks as possible to the iPod until the player’s storage capacity is exceeded (leaving any albums and / or playlists in the middle). Just put the check mark next to the item Automatically fill free space with songsclick on the button Apply And that’s it.