The iPod Touch is a type of personal media player with numerous features, such as the ability to listen to music, play videos and even view photos. Viewing photos is a simple task after uploading them from your computer. The iPod uploads media through a process Apple, the developer, calls “syncing.” The syncing process works through iTunes, which is a program that comes with the iPod and installs onto your computer.
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Things you need
- iPod USB cable
Plug your iPod into your computer using the iPod USB cable that came with your device.
Open iTunes. It may automatically open once your computer recognises your iPod.
Click on your iPod in the source pane beneath the “Devices” section. This opens a the "Summary" tab.
Place a check next to "Manually manage music and videos." This puts your iPod in manual mode and will allow you to select specific photo folders.
Click on the "Photos" tab and place a check next to "Sync photos."
Select the drop-down menu and click on “Choose folder.” Browse your file folders and select the folder that you’d like to sync photos from.
Click on "Apply" to begin the sync process. Do not disconnect your iPod while it is syncing.
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