How To Transfer Music From iPod to iTunes


For some unknown reasons, some reasons possibly due to iTunes copyright issues, Apple does not allow the iPhone and the iPod to send music from the device to any computer other than your own. It seems there's no native commands you can do to overcome this problem. The only solution I have been able to find on the web are several different Apps which help you do this. But none of the solutions that I found are completely free.

By far, the best App for the mac I have found is PodWorks 2.9.3.



It allows you to easily send selected songs or all songs on your iPod or iPhone to iTunes on ANY computer. There's no worries about syncing and erasing all your data. Just install the App, plug in your device and you are good to go.

There's a 30 day limit. 250 song copy limit. Songs must be copied one at a time. Single-drag copying of playlists is disabled. But, the full App is only $8! Which is definitely reasonable when you consider how frustrating this can be, when you have more than one computer or if you lose your hard drive and need to start over without losing everything on your iPod the next time you plug it in.

1 Comments:

{ Winner Allen } at: January 25, 2015 at 11:49 PM said...

Thanks for the tips! Now I know how to transfer music from iPod to iTunes.

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