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All iOS users are familiar with iTunes which is one of the most important music tools. This tutorial is designed to show you how to copy music from your iPhone, iPad or iPod to computer then you can easily copy them to iTunes Library. Beside, you'll know how to backup and restore iPod music on computer effectively in this tutorial. Follow the detailed instructions below to start your journey.
To transfer iPod music effectively, we are going to do it with the help of a handy tool - Syncios Free Manager. It's an free app which can manage almost all data of both iOS and Android devices. Have a try since it's free and clear. Why wait? Simply download it from below and we can start our transferring.
Free Syncios Mobile Manager
Free Syncios Mobile Manager is an easy-to-use and powerful iOS & Android Mobile manager, which is well-designed for users who want to manage device contents on PC. It allows you to export contacts, apps, photos, music, ringtone, videos, SMS messages, eBooks and more for free.
Step 1 : We all know we can't export iPod music simply using a USB cable. To save iPod music to computer, we download and install free Syncios Manager on computer firstly.
Step 2 : Open the free Syncios Mobile Manager after installing. Go to find Media > Audio, and you'll see a list of songs. Choose songs you'd like to transfer and click on Export after choosing a proper location for them.
Step 3 : Now you can open your iTunes and find Songs on the left sidebar.
Step 4 : Then go to File on the left topbar and Add File to Library. Now you are allowed to import songs from computer to iTunes.
Step 5 : Such an easy thing! You can import all songs from computer to iTunes through this way. But according to the official website, 'by default, adding items to your iTunes library creates a reference to the file’s current location; the original file remains in the current location unless you select “Copy files to the iTunes Media folder when adding to library.” For information about copying files to the iTunes folder instead of creating references to them, see Change where your iTunes files are stored. If the file is an unprotected WMA file and you have Windows Media Player Series 9 or later installed, iTunes makes a copy of the file and adds it to your iTunes library. The original WMA file remains unchanged. You can’t add protected WMA files or protected WMV files to iTunes.'
Since you've learned how to transfer or backup iPod music to computer and iTunes Library, we are going to provide a guide how to import music to iPod from computer for free. Continue to follow this post.
Step 1 : Open Syncios Manager then connect your iPod to computer.
Step 3 : Go to Media > Audio. Choose songs from computer after clicking on Add option. Wait for a moment to import those songs to iPod.