If you select your i Pod in i Tunes, and select the Music tab, and then under settings select the “Entire music library” option, all the songs on your computer will be available on all your i Pod or i Phones.
When your i Pod is set to “Automatic Mode”, i Tunes automatically updates your i Pod’s music library whenever you connect your i Pod to your computer.
i Tunes transfers new songs you’ve added and erases songs you’ve removed.
These four methods are listed from easiest/least troublesome to maintain to the least precise.
Creating a different user account for each person using the computer essentially creates a completely new, independent space in the computer for each person.
just wondering why the "Do not Disconnect" message is still flashing. 8O 8O 8O I know this thread is dead, but when itunes opens it will prompt you "this ipod is synced with another itunes, blah blah blah" and it will ask you if you want to cancel, erase & sync, or transfer songs from old ipod to new itunes.
This FAQ entry will briefly explain the different sync modes your i Pod/i Phone/i Pod Touch and i Pad can be set to.This prevents another itunes library from overwriting your ipod. This is the final solution to your trouble, you wont even need a computer: Find the Equivalent of this item in your home country, I'm sure you can find them here and there: So I've just plugged my i Pod into a computer that does not have i Tunes software so I can charge it...By default, your i Pod is set to “Automatically sync songs to my i Pod” also called “Automatic mode”.In order to transfer music from multiple computers to your i Pod, the device must be set to “Manually manage music” also referred to as “Manual mode”.Going from one i Pod/i Phone to multiple computers is more of a problem.