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How to Transfer Music from Mac to iPod

2013-08-10 21:52:14 / Posted by to How to iPod
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Perhaps many Mac users are afraid of sudden loss files or data in Mac because of a failed hard disk or an accident deletion of files. So you need to make a copy of files stored in other devices. However, if you move to other's iPod, it may lead to loss of your original music. Luckily, you can easily transfer music from Mac to iPod with iOS Transfer (Mac). It empowers you to transfer music, photos and videos from Mac to iPod. It can convert many incompatible formats.
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Simple Guidance on Transferring Music form Mac to iPod Touch


Following the guidance, you will move songs out of Mac to iPod with iOS Transfer (Mac).
• Step 1: Run the apps and connect iPod with Mac
Run the apps and connect your iPod with Mac. The apps will search your iPod automatically, and display files on the window.
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• Step 2: Transfer music from Mac to iPod
In the left column, click "Music" to open up the management window of music. All playlists will be shown up in the right list. You can open one playlist or create a new playlist. Then click "Add". When the browser window appears, find the music folder that you decide to import. Then, click "Open" to import them.
Transfer Music from Mac to iPod

Well done. It's simple to move music from Mac to iPod with iOS Transfer (Mac). The Mac version is fully compatible with iPod touch 4 and iPod touch 5, while the Windows version is suitable with more iPod models, including iPod touch 5, iPod nano 7, iPod shuffle 4.
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