Got a new Mac or reinstalled iTunes and want to get your music off your iPod? Actually, you can do it for free. And the steps of transferring songs from your iPod are quite easy. Keep on reading to get the most recommended tips and tutorial.
Some users complain that iTunes won't sync music, but here don't let your iPod sync with iTunes automatically when you plug it in to a new Mac. When iTunes or your iPod asks you whether it should sync with your fresh install, say no. Even if you've already loaded up your music library, if you're not confident it's exactly the same, you'll want to get your files off of your iPod first before syncing.
If you purchased songs from the iTunes Store and you've stored them on only your iPod, you can transfer them to any Mac that is authorized with your Apple ID.
If your iPod is loaded up with music - let's say songs you've ripped from CDs or downloaded from other music stores that aren't iTunes but you used to have in your iTunes library, transferring purchases won't work. You'll need another way to get your music off of your iPod without iTunes wiping it.
iPhone Care Pro for Mac is all-around solid iOS manager software, one of its free features enables you to transfer the contents (such as music, playlist, photos) of iPod Touch 5G/4G and other iPods, iPhone, iPad to Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and iMac running Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, and under. Here's how to use it to transfer songs from iPod to Mac.