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Transferring from one ipod to another?


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Hi all,

I have bought a new ipod with bigger space than my old one. I was just wondering how to transfer my songs from one ipod to another or even to the library?

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Just sync your new ipod with your itunes library

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Just sync your new ipod with your itunes library
No go mate as my itunes library is empty, my own fault for deleting it I know! Any other idea's, mate?
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Begs the question how you accidentally delete 100's/1000's of mp3s ........ however yamipod is what you need.

Use Yamipod to copy the tracks from your existing ipod to your itunes library then sync your new ipod.

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or get iPod To Computer Transfer -- Copy from iPod to computer
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one question,

if i accidentally sweep out some tracks in my itunes, can i get them back by copying it directly from my ipod. not sure about this, becoz some songs are not purchased via itunes store....

You can recover tracks from your iPod with yamipod or Senuti no matter what their origin.

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