Can I sync my music from my IPod onto a blank itunes?

I just got a new computer and it deleted all of my music off of Itunes. I still have all the music on my ipod & want to get it all back on to my itunes and not have to get it off frostwire or buy them on itunes. is there a way i can sync all the music on my ipod onto itunes again?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Full guide: Transfer songs, videos, photos and playlists from iPod to Computer or iTunes

    http://www.transfer-iphone.com/transfer-songs-vide...

    GOOD LUCK!

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I faced the same probem. In fact, you can use an ipod to computer transfer program to help.I personally use Cucusoft iPad/iPhone/iPod to Computer Transfer.It helps me to transfer my songs/videos/photos/playlists etc from ipod to my new computer iTunes directly and safely.It works well for me,you can give it a try.

    Free download it at: http://www.ipodtocomputercopy.com/ipodconverter/ip...

    It even has step-by-step guide on the whole process.

    Hope it helps.

    You can keep asking on http://answers.yahoo.com or use http://www.ask.com to search more

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I recommend iPod to iPod/Computer/iTunes Transfer which can transfer music, video, playlist, photos from computer to iPod, iPod to computer, iPod to iPod without losing anything.

    Hope it helps!

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  • 3 years ago

    you may no longer sync songs out of your iPod lower back onto your iTunes. yet once you plug your iPod in, pass to My workstation and discover thepersistent to your iPod. suitable click on it and click on "come across". i'm uncertain in the event that they are hidden records or no longer, yet once you look interior the path of the folders, all your songs must be on the iPod. it is in simple terms like a USB key. The down-section is that each and every person your songs would be renamed to issues like BG3434UI or something. and you will no longer comprehend what they are referred to as till you double-click on them and open them up. so which you would be able to would desire to re-call each and every song, as interior the document. however the fairly song will in no way be lost or something.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Yes, you can. You may refer to this step by step guide, it's regarding how to copy all songs and videos from iPod back to computer and iTunes. My friends sent it to me, it's safe and works pretty well for my iPod.

    http://www.ipod-transfer-copy.com/how-to-transfer-...

    Glad to help you. Contact me if you need further help or use http://www.google.com to search for more tips.

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  • 9 years ago

    Its possible to get the music off, but its hard.

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  • 9 years ago

    do not worry.

    If your songs purchased from iTunes, In the Apple official company FAQ, Apple originally stated that:

    Synchronization occurs only in one direction, from your computer to your iPod. This means you cannot transfer music, automatically or manually, from your iPod to a computer(only for purchased music), and you cannot use iPod to copy a music library from one computer to another.

    With the release of later iTunes , Apple revised the company FAQ to note (emphasis added):

    Synchronization generally occurs only in one direction, from your computer to your iPod. This means you typically cannot transfer music, automatically or manually, from your iPod to a computer, and you cannot use iPod to copy a music library from one computer to another.

    An exception to this is the transfer purchases feature which allows you to restore purchased iTunes

    content to your computer from your iPod. Additionally, if you legally are allowed to copy music or other media files, you can configure your iPod as a storage drive to move media files.

    The higher version of iTunes allow one to use an iPod to transfer songs purchased through iTunes to as many as five authorized computers. This only works for songs purchased through iTunes, not those ripped from CDs or downloaded from other sources, which are much more common.

    This restriction was designed to discourage casual music piracy, but unfortunately, this also prevents one from easily copying legally acquired music from one's own iPod to their own computer.If you need to restore a music collection lost due to a system crash or want to transfer

    thousands of songs to a new computer using your iPod rather than again rip hundreds of CDs, fortunately, there are a number of easy to use freeware and shareware programs that make it simple.

    For MacOS X, try AVGo iPhone iPod to Mac Transfer http://www.iphone-transfer-sms.com/avgo-ipod-iphon... iPod touch). For MacOS 9, try escapePod and iProber. For Windows, try iPod to iPod iTunes computer transfer http://www.iphone-ipod-to-mac-transfer.com/ipod-to... Support iPhone too,For Linux, try GUIPod as well as YamiPod (which supports MacOS X, Windows, and Linux).

    Hope it helps yeah!!!

    Good luck

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  • 9 years ago

    You actually have to download it all again. I know that sucks but Apple made it that way :P

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