- Step 1: Launch iTunes & click iPod icon Launch iTunes and click the iPod icon listed under Devices in the source pane.
- Step 2: Connect iPod to computer Connect the iPod to the computer using the sync cable as you normally would.
- Step 3: Check "Enable disk use" box Click on the Summary tab, and check the box next to 'Enable disk use.'
- Step 4: iPod listed under removable storage Open My Computer—or the Finder, if you’re using a Macintosh—and you should now see the iPod listed under removable storage.
- Step 5: Drag files Double click to open the iPod folder and simply drag over any file you would like to copy.
- TIP: Never delete or alter any of the files or folders already listed on the iPod, which allow your iPod to function properly.
- Step 6: Eject iPod Properly eject the iPod from the computer by using iTunes. Click the small eject triangle beside the iPod icon in the source pane.
- Step 7: Disconnect iPod Disconnect your iPod. Your files are now safe from any computer mutiny!
- FACT: In 2006 alone, there were 161 billion gigabytes of digital information created—roughly three million times the content of every book ever written.
You Will Need
- An iPod
- A computer with iTunes installed
- And an iPod sync cable