|Mar 17, 2012, 06:12 AM||#1|
My new ipod re-sync to existing itunes library question
I have just got a new ipod and want to re-sync my itunes library onto it.
Is it as easy as just connecting it up and letting Itunes do its thing? or do I have to un-authorise old ipod etc before I do it?
I just want to double check before I do it as I don't want to loose my music.
|Mar 17, 2012, 11:17 AM||#2|
You shouldn't have any problems with the new iPod. Hook up and sync away. But if it is a large library say more then ten gigs you may want to set it to manually manage and sync a a little at a time so the iPod doesn't freeze up. Good Luck
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