Use an iPod as a thumb drive!!

Now… look no further than your iPod for transferring files. An iPod Shuffle/Nano and Classic can be used as a Flash drive or Hard Drive to store and transfer data files.

Using iPod as a drive

  1. Connect iPod to your computer.
  2. Open iTunes if it doesn’t automatically open.
  3. Select the iPod icon in the Source pane.
  4. Click the Summary tab.
  5. Select “Enable disk use”
The iPod disk icon appears on the desktop and in Finder windows, and in My Computer/Computer in Windows. Double-click the icon and drag files to or from iPod’s window to copy them.
Tip: To sync music files to iPod, use iTunes. You will not be able to play songs on your iPod that you transferred to your iPod using Finder on a Mac or using My Computer/Computer or an Explorer window on a PC. If you transfer songs to your iPod using those methods, your iPod will see them as data.
Hope this article seems interesting and worth testing with your iPod….

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