NELLA P: I only have one folder saying DCIM and I'm using my ipod 5! Please help!!
Maya Whelan: i have an ipod mini and it says d not diconnect like for 4 hours
William Oslund: I tried with windows 8 and then on a widows 7 machine, both times the
transfer worked great. BUT! when I opened iTunes the track identifiers were
a group of four capital letters not the track name. The track plays well
but I can't identify the tracks until I play them. I have been trying to
retrieve songs from my iPod for several days now with no luck. Apple drives
me crazy I think maybe I'm to old for Apple devices. Please Help if you
have time. Thanks Sincerely wizardofoz43.
c Teal: My laptop died and I thought I had lost over 700 CD's of music. It worked
Peter Grantham: Thanks, Nick. That was helpful.
N°1: Thank you!!!!
hconway2719: Thanks that worked a treat
phattebytch: Thank you so very much.
Stephen Lambard: Thank you so much, this worked flawless. You saved my music.
Rob Perrot: anyone know if this works for ipod Classic? from 10 years ago? 4,000 songs
and I dont want to lose them :( Dont want to go through all this unless it
Juribe17: my ipod is stuck o only viewing pics for some reason the computer rcognizes
it as a digital camera how do I fix it
jordan monreal: Can this also work by transfering Tv shows from ipod to itunes?
Travis Voth: Awesome! Thank you so much for the great, easy to follow tutorial! I
spent an hour searching the web trying to figure out how to do this, and
your video was the only thing I found that worked. Thanks!!
dance2themusic731: Actually looking to transfer everything on my ipod to new computer. Not
just songs. Movies, tv shows, apps etc. I prefer not to transfer itunes via
hard drive etc as I have an older ipod generation that I no longer have. I
don't know how to get it off of itunes.
Hannah Morgan: Oh my gosh, this worked perfectly for me!!! Thank you so much for this
video!! I tried looking up on itunes support and calling an Apple
representative and none of them worked without a flashdrive or the old
computer. Then a friend recommended this video. Thanks again so much!!!!!!
Mike Garbett: Worked like a charm!! I had an old rapidly fading iPod that was synched up
to a computer that died about 5 years ago with some songs and Audiobooks,
which aren't cheap, that I didn't have on my new computer. This helped me
recover the songs step by step perfectly and move them from my old Pod to
my new iTunes and iPod. extremely easily. Many many thanks!
varuka salt: NOTE: i had to uninstall itunes to be able to see my ipod in "file
explorer". otherwize it just showed, the three hard disk drives that you
see in yr vid. (2x local and dvd).
just an fyi if youre not seeing your itunes media name. uninstall itunes
and then youll see it. i just got this windows8 on an hp laptop in january
of 2014. just to let you kow
Gerry Crockett: BRILLIANT, thank you, l tried other videos but none were as clear and easy
to follow as yours. Awesome video, l'm happy now cheers Dude
CoDorELSE: dude you are awesome. Every other link or video i watched was too weird and
hard to understand, but you really helped me out :) Thank
Seteone Veamatahau: Dude you rock! Thought I had to let all my old tunes go when my iPod one
MT Rappa: What about iPod Touch? A FREE way?
LA SEO GUYS: very informative! Thanks
brit mol: Awesome video. First my laptop crashed (lost everything, music, every
picture I've ever taken, etc.), and then my phone's headphone jack died
(was using it for music on walks). Ordered a replacement for that but in
the meantime, had to bust out my old iPod mini haha. This worked perfectly.
TEch Savvy: I have the trouble with the DCIM folder too. I'm just going to save my
music where it says internal storage. I don't know what else to do.
Chieffs: can you please update this, because I cant see any of these other files,
all i see is DCIM and its all photos
The Flash: just helped me solve a problem i have been trying to fix for years. thanks
Luis Rosario: good explained......excellent.
kevin greenan: thanks
Dave Benson: thanks bro!
Kevin K: great! thanks
Aaron Heidebrecht: thank you very much man!
Phil Page: This video is a godsend. It may seem rather daunting and fiddly at first,
but persevere and you'll get there. A result! Wonderful.
Catie W: Thank you so much! This was so helpful!!
MatadorStudios: For some reason when I plug in my ipod to my computer the folder doesn't
stay open.... can someone help me please?
Jade Harrison: excellent!!! thank you!
Simon Mungarrieta: Hi mate, what about the songs name and title, is there a way to get that
Myles Vann: freakING GENUIS
Carlos Rafael Tirado TheMexicanTacoLover: damn thanks man my mom had over 700 on her old ipod and she got a new one
recently and now she can have all her old music with it :)
Andrea Cantú: It doesn't work for me :( is there another way?
Direness: Just wanted to say thank you for this tutorial! I had done this process
before, but wasn't sure on the newer iTunes edition, so this was a great
refresher. So far I've got my F00 file over successfully, only 12 more to
Eddy Pham: thanks alot bud, works!
Gabriel Davies: it says .metadata_never_index
Alex Ceri: Thank You So Much!!!! It worked perfect for me.
sheepwrangler1: could you please tell us what to do to keep the ipod from ejecting during
the process? Three people besides myself have had this problem, but no one
reponds to it. It is terribly frustrating. The rest of the video is
awesome, but i can't get past my ipod shutting down. Please help! Thank
you. it is not a touch.
Samantha Cooper: Thanks Nick! I clicked on all the folders at once (I have 49!) and it seems
to be working fine! My old computer crashed and now I will still have my
music! Thanks for saving my music!
tmc75113: thanks for the info, very easy to follow instructions !
Richard Naera: mean this actually worked thanks
tominoki: Awesome! Worked like a charm and your explanation was so easy to follow.
madogblue: Will this bring in Album Artwork, and also individual song ratings (stars)?
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