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Once you've installed or upgraded to iTunes version 10 or higher, you are ready to connect your iPod touch to iTunes on your computer. TIP: Using the iTunes Home Sharing feature, you can share your purchased content (music, apps, videos, iBooks, and more) from the same iTunes account across authorized computers on your home network. And all of this content can be synced to any iPod//iPhone/iPod touch under the same iTunes account. Learn more about syncing content using iTunes in 3: Sync Your iPod touch with iTunes, and about Home Sharing in 29: Your iTunes User Guide. By connecting your iPod touch to iTunes, you'll register or associate your iPod touch (via the device serial number) to a particular iTunes account (Apple ID). TIP: The benefit of this approach is that if you ve purchased apps or other content for another iPod touch or iPhone, you can run all those apps on your new iPod touch! Note that all content you sync to your iPod touch has to originate from a single computer. So you need to select your main computer to sync with your iPod touch. If you don't yet have an iTunes Account (Apple ID), we'll show you how to create one.
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If iTunes isn't already running, double-click the iTunes icon on your desktop. Mac users, click the Finder icon, select the Go menu, and then select Applications to look for iTunes. (Shortcut: Shift+Command+A for Applications.) Windows users, click the Start menu or Windows logo in the lower left corner, select All Programs, and then iTunes. iTunes should open, showing the left and main window nav bars as shown to the right.
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Registering or Activating Your iPod touch the First Time
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Once you have iTunes installed or updated on your computer, you are ready to connect your iPod touch for the first time and get it registered or activated so you can start using it. NOTE: If your iPod touch has already been registered (you see the Slide to Unlock message or your Home screen of icons when you tap the Home button on the bottom of your device), you can skip this section and jump to the Set Up Your iPod touch section later in this chapter. 1. 2. Start iTunes on your computer. Connect your iPod touch to your computer. Plug in the wide end of the white USB cable to the bottom port on your iPod touch and the small USB connector end to an available USB port on your computer.
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NOTE: You need to use the USB cable, not Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, to connect your iPod touch to iTunes on your computer. 3. When you connect your iPod touch to your computer the first time, your Windows computer should automatically install the necessary drivers. If you are on a Mac computer, you may see messages recommending you upgrade to the latest version of the operating system before using your iPod touch. Follow the steps shown on the screen to complete the process. To see the setup screen, you may need to click iPod touch under DEVICES in the left nav bar. Then you should see the new iPod Wecome screen, as shown in Figure 1 3.
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TIP: Get Moving Quickly without Syncing Anything The first sync to your iPod touch can take a long time (15 minutes or more). If you want to start playing with your new iPod touch right away, uncheck both boxes shown in Figure 1 5 and click Done. Don t worry you can check or uncheck these boxes in iTunes later. We show you the details in 3: Sync Your iPod touch with iTunes. 5. To use iTunes to sync information between your computer and your iPod touch, leave the box checked next to Automatically sync songs and videos to my iPod.
CAUTION: Your iPod touch does not have as much memory as your computer, so be careful selecting automatically sync when you have thousands of songs, photos, or videos in your computer iTunes library. 6. To have your photos synced between your computer and your iPod touch, check the box next to Automatically add photos to my iPod and click the drop down menu to adjust the folder location where you store your photos on your computer.
TIP: You can select only a single folder from this screen to sync photos. If you have several folders you want to sync, please skip this step and check out the Sync Photos section of 3: Sync Your iPod touch with iTunes to learn how. 7. Leave the box checked next to Automatically sync applications, if you'd like apps you purchase on your iPod touch backed up to your computer and other apps you have purchased from iTunes on your computer automatically synced to your new iPod touch. We recommend leaving this checked. This option also allows you to update apps from iTunes on your computer and be able to manage and arrange your app icons and Home screens using iTunes on your computer. Click Done to complete the set up screen.
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