|Aug 23, 2013, 09:55 PM||#1|
Losing patience with new iPod and transfers
Here's is the down and dirty: I have an old (1st Gen I think) Nano. I have ALL of my music on it. I no longer have the computer I initially used it with. I have a new Nano (7th Gen). I have an iMac on which I have some music I purchased with my wife's account (it already had some money loaded on it).
I want to:
1) use MY iTunes account
2) get the music off of my old Nano and onto my new Nano
3) get the music from my wife's account that I bought and put it on my new Nano
4) Use MY iTunes account from this point forth.
|Aug 23, 2013, 10:11 PM||#2|
I know this will sound like an advertisement, but it's honestly the best advice I can give you.
To transfer all the music on it to itunes, then just transfer the music from itunes to the new nano. I have used that product before and I know that it works well, although I am unsure how much it'll do for you without a purchase of it (there is a free download/trial option so you can test it out).
You can also hunt around for another program similar to this for free, although I cannot vouch for their usability.
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