Can I copy my iPod music to iTunes?

Can I copy my iPod music to iTunes?

Here is how to transfer music from your iPhone (or iPad, or iPod) to iTunes or the Music app: Launch iMazing and connect your device to your Mac or PC. Select your device in the sidebar, then select Music. Select the music you want to export then click Export to iTunes/Music.

How do I transfer music from my iPod nano to Windows 10?


  1. Download and install TouchCopy on your PC or laptop.
  2. Run TouchCopy and connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod.
  3. From the list of your device’s music, select the songs you wish to copy.
  4. Click “Copy to PC” in TouchCopy.
  5. Choose where to save your music to your your computer.

How do you download music from iTunes to an iPod?

Transferring Music from iTunes Open iTunes on your computer. Attach your iPod to your computer. Click on the media drop-down menu. Click on Music. Click a “Library” option. Click on and drag an item onto your iPod. Drop the song(s) on your iPod. Wait for your music to finish uploading.

Can you transfer songs from one iPod Nano to another?

Click the “Music” on iPod Nano/Shuffle/Classic page and “Sync Music” >”Apply” then you can “Remove and Sync” all the music from your old iPod to the new one. Note: For iPod touch users, just connect the iPod to iTunes with USB cable and click to “Sync Music” and select the playlists on your iTunes.

How do you transfer your iPod to iTunes?

Plug iPod into computer via USB cable, and launch iTunes. iTunes will recognize your iPod and display the iPod icon at the upper right corner. Click “File > Devices > Transfer Purchases” at the upper left corner, and iTunes will transfer the purchased items from iPod to iTunes library.

How do I add music to iPod?

Add Music to Your iPod. Open iTunes and then click the “Library” tab to view your iTunes music library. Press and hold the “Ctrl” key on your keyboard to select the songs to add. Keep holding the key down and use your mouse cursor to drag the songs to your iPod on the iTunes sidebar under “Devices.”.