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I had bought a new Mac Pro, so I wanted to import some of those songs into the iTunes. I have connected the iPod with a computer, iTunes opened, so I have highlighted wanted iPod songs and tried to drag them into Mac Pro's iTunes list.
It does not work. So I double clicked on iPod icon on the desktop, hoping to drag folder with all that iPods music to my desktop. So I am wondering.
Is there any way, how to import songs, or any file, from the iPod to the computer? More Less. All replies Drop Down menu.
Loading page content. User profile for user: Zevoneer Zevoneer. Mar 18, PM in response to Madagascar In response to Madagascar If you have any iTunes Music Store purchases the transfer of purchased content from the iPod to authorised computers was introduced with iTunes 7.
You'll find details in this article: Copying iTunes Store purchases from your iPod or iPhone to a computer The transfer of content from sources such as songs imported from CD is designed by default to be one way from iTunes to iPod. However there are a number of third party utilities that you can use to retrieve music files and playlists from your iPod.
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I use Senuti but have a look at the web pages and documentation for the others too, you'll find that they have varying degrees of functionality and some will transfer movies, videos, photos and games as well. The procedure is a bit involved and won't recover playlists but if you're interested it's available on page 2 at this link: Copying Content from your iPod to your Computer - The Definitive Guide.
Requires macOS Then, go ahead and connect your device with its USB cable to your computer. Once the device is connected, iTunes may prompt you to sync your device - click "No" or "Cancel. After your device is connected, iExplorer will display its Device Overview screen.
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You can return to this home screen at any time by clicking on your device's name in the navigation panel on the left. To get started transferring music, click Music in the middle panel. You can also access your music by clicking Media Library through the sidebar on the left. From here you can browse your entire media library.
Transfer Music from iPod Touch to MacBook Computer
Navigate through your music, playlists and movies in the left menu. Next, select the tracks or playlist you're looking to transfer to your computer. If you want to copy multiple tracks, click the ones you want while holding the command control key. At the bottom of the Media Library, click the Transfer from Device Transfer button and a menu will open.