I have a new computer and I want to import my music off my iPod onto my iTunes. I have already set it up to not sync automatically and I have transferred my purchased music. My computer won't show me any of the files on my iPod so how do I get them into iTunes? Do I have to load all of them again? My previous computer didn't have Cloud so my iPod is my backup.
iTunes works well in syncing purchased music on your iPod to iTunes. As for the other music contents, you have to look for other solutions. If you're still scratching your head about this, you can have my recommendation here. Try Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Windows) or Wondershare TunesGo Retro (Mac). This iPod to itunes music transfer tool lets you sync music from iPod to iTunes seamlessly.
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How to sync music from iPod to iTunes
This part mainly tells you how to sync music from your iPod to iTunes step by step. Download and install this tool on the PC.
Note: Please check all supported iPod models, iOS, audio & video formats and more.
Step 1. Connect your iPod to the PC after running this tool
At first, run this iPod to iTunes transfer tool on the PC. Use the USB cable to connect your iPod to the PC. This iPod to itunes music transfer will detect your iPod as soon as possible.
Step 2. Sync songs from iPod to iTunes
In the primary window, click "Copy iDevice to iTunes" at the bottom line. A window pops up. Click "Start". Then, the media files, including music, movies and Podcasts, are shown in the window. Choose "Music" and "Playlists" or select either. Click "Copy to iTunes". This tool will begin to sync music to iTunes.
Besides clicking "Copy device to iTunes", you can also sync music in the music and playlist window.
To sync iPod music to iTunes, you can click "Media" > "Music". Here are two options offered to sync music to iTunes. One is "Smart Export to iTunes", the other is "Export to".
If you want to flip the songs already in your iTunes and sync the left, you can click "Smart Export to iTunes". This keeps you from sync songs repeatedly. If you want to sync songs selectively and allow the duplicate songs, you can try the triangle under "Export to" > "Export to iTunes Library".
If you prefer to sync playlists to iTunes, you can do this. Click "Playlist" in the left sidebar. Select the playlists in the playlist window. Then, click the triangle under "Export to". Choose "Export to iTunes Library". During the process, remember to keep your iPod connected.
That's all about how to sync songs from iPod to iTunes. Now, open iTunes to enjoy music in it on the go.