When it comes to iPod music transfer, putting music onto your iPod from a computer is incredibly simple. One-click music dumping onto an iPod is a convenient capability iTunes provides that saves you time and hassle. However, if you wish to transfer music from an iPod to a computer, that's another story entirely. To help you out, below we'll walk you through three ways to transfer music from an iPod to a computer.
iTunes has intentionally built transfer restrictions into their mobile devices (iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad) to prevent piracy and illicit sharing. These restrictions make it seem impossible to migrate your music library to a computer. But there are sometimes perfectly legitimate reasons to need to copy your iPod's music onto a computer. If your hard drive crashes or is damaged, for example, transferring the music to a new computer could save you hours of ripping CDs and putting your library back together piecemeal.
Luckily, there are ways to work around an iPod's built-in restrictions. First, we'll show you how to move your music using the tools on your PC, which is a little more time intensive but perfectly effective. Next, we'll introduce KiwiG PhonTunes music transfer software. PhonTunes is the world's only totally free music transfer third-party software, allowing you to migrate as many songs as you'd like from your iPod as many times as you'd like.
So let's get started!
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