good day peepz! ask ko lang po if possible pa po ma recover mga nadelete pong pictures sa ipod touch5 ios 6 po. sana may maka tulong po pc po gamit ko win7 salamat.
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pls help how do i transfer playlists(playlist file)from ipod to itunes kakatamad kasi gumawa ng bagong mga playlists... tnx
Mga boss, nag reset and erase settings ako sa ipod touch 4thgen ko.ask ko lang if matagal ba talaga un?
My fellow iPod video users, iPod 5th gen and onwards, i would like to share my tested process when your iPod is behaving not normal as it should. Or want to make sure that your iPod HDD is not creating unneccessary files.
To do this, Backup your files first!
For users in Win XP, Win Vista, Win 7.
Enable View Hidden Files in Folder Options.
With the iPod plugged in, go to Windows Explorer, select then right click your iPod icon, select Open
Once inside your iPod, locate the iPod Control/Music Folder
Once inside the Music folder, you must be able to see folders with names like F01 and so on.
On the Search bar on the upper right, type *.mp3
It will list all mp3 files from all the folders
The same applies for typing *.mp4, it will display mp4 video files.
Then highlight all of these files, right click Cut then paste the selected files to the designated backup location (might be useful having a external drive or a spare folder created in your local drive for backing up these files especially the video files might be large.)
Format your iPod HDD
With your iPod plugged in, open Windows Explorer.
In the left pane, select your iPod icon, then right click Format.
In the Format window, look for File System.
Select ex-FAT (assuming you're using Windows OS for managing your iPods music and videos)
Look for File allocation size.
Select 32 kilobytes. (NEVER USE 64 kilobytes! this will affect drive performance)
Check QuickFormat if you want faster process, but for those who have time to wait, uncheck QuickFormat.
Click Start to initiate the format process.
Once Format is done, you can start restoring (flashing) your iPods' OS by using iTunes.
Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes. (I'm using 10.7)
Once iTunes is done restoring (flashing), your iPod will restart and iTunes will connect to your ipod. For better management, select Manually manage music and videos.
For better performance, i would recommend not to include album art. This will affect read time of the music file and as time goes, the image file doesnt get synced to the right music file it belongs and will take up space on your drive.
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