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Taking your iPod touch to the Max, iOS 5 Edition by Erica Sadun, Michael Grothaus

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Chapter 2

Putting Your Data and Media on the iPod touch

In Chapter 1, I briefly discussed syncing your iPod touch with your music, movies, photos, and other data via iTunes. In this chapter, I explore the many options you have in syncing data with your iPod touch.

The first time you sync your iPod touch with your iTunes library, you need to do it via the USB docking cable. After that, you can sync it with your iTunes library via the USB cable that came with it or do so wirelessly as long as the iPod touch is on the same wireless network as your computer. Once connected via either of these ways, your iPod appears in the list on the left side of the iTunes window (you can see it later in Figure 2–3). This light blue column, called the source ...

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