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By Brad Miser

Apple has taken the electronic tune international through hurricane and absolutely the Beginner's consultant to iPod + iTunes, moment version is your umbrella. it's going to offer you all the info you should get the main out of those striking electronic track instruments. From the fundamentals of hearing audio CDs utilizing iTunes to buying tune from the iTunes tune shop to customizing playlists in your iPod, you may be built to grasp electronic song utilizing those instruments. you will discover how every one software works by itself after which how one can use all 3 jointly to get the main out of every device. the second one variation additionally comprises insurance of the recent iPod picture and iPod shuffle song gamers. subscribe to the hundreds of thousands of people that are utilizing iPod and iTunes each day with absolutely the Beginner's advisor to iPod + iTunes, moment variation.

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If your iPod didn't include an AC adapter, such as the iPod shuffle, skip to the next section. You'll charge its battery when you connect it to your computer. To charge an iPod using its AC adapter, connect the USB 2 to iPod Dock connector cable to the AC adapter (USB end) and to the iPod (the larger end with the Dock connector). Then plug the power adapter into a power outlet. note When you connect the Dock connector end of the cable to the iPod, the side of the connector with the icon on it should be toward you when you are looking at the iPod's face.

The menu options you have on the Music menu are the following: • Playlists The Playlists command takes you to the Playlists menu, which lists the playlists stored on your iPod. ) On the Playlists menu, you will see each playlist you have created in iTunes and have moved to the iPod. Because each playlist represents a "menu" of the songs in that playlist, when you select it, you will see the Songs menu, which lists each song in the playlist. " note There is one playlist on the iPod that you won't find in iTunes because it wasn't created there: the On-the-Go playlist.

You'll learn how to configure and use this command in Chapter 7. The Backlight Command This command turns on the iPod's Backlight if it is off or off if it is on. See the section titled "Using the iPod's Backlight" on page 45 to learn more about the iPod's Backlight. The Now Playing Menu The Now Playing command appears on the Main menu only when you have selected and played music. 4). This is an important screen because you can control various aspects of how music is playing from this screen, such as the volume level.

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