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How to restore iPod on Mac without iTunes
2010-04-03 08:48:58

Restore iPod on Mac, No iTunes restore iPod, Mac restore iPod

Here share you a way to restore iPod on Mac without iTunes. iPod to Mac transfer provides the way to restore iPod without iTunes. It helps you get back all your files from Mac backup to iPod/iPhone without iTunes in just three steps.

How to restore iPod on Mac without iTunes

Recently, the way on how to restore iPod on Mac without iTunes has been hotly discussed by users. Most users are interested in restoring their iPod and get all files back.

The advantage of this way is without iTunes. As the only official software of Apple, iTunes can be used as a player for all your media files and more. If you are experienced users, you must know how to transfer the files from it to your portable devices such as iPod/iPhone. But when you turn to it for restoring your iPod data, it fails to read your order.

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iTunes seems no help for you this time. What if you want to add files from Mac for iPod? (Especially when you have accidentally deleted all your iPod music, photo, video, podcast and TV program.) Maybe you never think about using an iPod to Mac Transfer to restore your iPod. Actually, it will finish all the process within three steps.

  • Install and run iPod to Mac Transfer on Mac. Connect your iPod with Mac.
  • Choose files from Mac files with which you want to transfer to your iPod.
  • Click "Mac to iPod - > Add Files to List" item. The program will restore your iPod on Mac.

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It features transfer iPod to Mac. Moreover, it can help you export recorded video from iPod Nano 5G on Mac. Now it supports for Snow Leopard, iPod Nano 5, iPhone 3Gs, iPod touch Firmware 3.1.2, etc. And even prepare for iPhone 4.0 now.


What can iPod to Mac Transfer do?

Transfer multimedia files between all iPod/iPhone and Mac
iPod to Mac Transfer can transfer music, videos, podcast, photo and TV shows on your iPod/iPhone to Mac.

Support all iPod/iPhone, be compatible with all Mac OS
This iPod to Mac Transfer supports all iPods and iPhones, any types, any generations, such as iPod Mini, iPod Classic, iPod Shuffle, iPod nano 5th, iPod touch 3, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3Gs, even be preparing for the iPhone 4.0. Be fully compatible with all Mac OS, including Snow Leopard.

Transfer music, video from iPod/iPhone to iTunes
This iPod to Mac transfer application also transfers music and video files such as AAC, MP3, MP4, MOV, and WAV from Mac to iPod/iPhone.

Transfer media files between iPod and iPhone, up to 26 iPods at one time
With iPod to Mac Transfer, you can transfer media files like music, videos, playlists from iPod to iPhone, or between multiple iPods by drag and drop (up to 26 iPods).

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    I wish I were good at developing but I’m sure I could make ipod transfer software look cool.
  • Aaron 2012-06-01 19:41:18 Says:
    I think you mean it tells you to restore it.If you still have the songs on the old Mac, here's what you can do:Restore your iPod on the Dell. This will make it a Windows (FAT32) faetomtrd iPod. Make sure you check to Manually Manage Music and Videos. Connect your iPod to your Mac and put your songs back on. You should now be able to load songs from any computer, Mac or Windows.Mac faetomtrd iPods (HFS+) can be read my Macs only. That's why you would need to restore to use it on a Windows PC. Windows (FAT32) faetomtrd iPods can be read by both Macs and PCs.Was this answer helpful?
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