Question by  HMichelle (13)

How do you manually add songs to your ipod?

I would like to add songs to my ipod without paying a fee to itunes to do so.


Answer by  wQQdy (121)

You don't, if you're trying to get the songs for free, that's piracy. So, you want to stay away from Limewire. com which is peer-to-peer, it's piracy too! Look up downloads on Google for sites like ReverbNation, Immem, and Amie Street which have free and dime tunes.


Answer by  Xceptional (642)

For electronic questions like this i would refer to either the user manual or consult a trained and licensed electronics expert, as there are many types, and this is broad.


Answer by  bessty (34)

There is no legit way of adding songs manually to you iPod instead you would need to jailbreak it and install a program to transfer songs manually and wireless without the use of iTunes.


Answer by  gamerdude (9)

Connect your ipod to the computer and open itunes. Then drag and drop the songs you would like to add to the ipod folder in itunes and you're done.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

You should try simply browsing to the player under "My Computer". However if that doesn't work look online for a free media management utility that will do it for you.


Answer by  jawedge (238)

If you have the songs on a CD or in MP3 format on your computer, iTunes will allow you to add them to your iPod for no charge.


Answer by  jenniev (206)

All you need to do is use a program such as frostwire to download the songs you wish to have on your ipod. After you download them, move them to a seperate folder on your pc, plug your ipod into the adapter and that into your usb port and move the songs over to the ipod.


Answer by  MPX (171)

To add songs to an iPod you can get songs form CDs or Media disks and put it under your music folder, then open the song with iTunes and Sync.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

To add music to your ipod without using itunes then you need to use a third party program that is compatible with an ipod. There may be some conversion need also to put them on there also.

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