Can I use iPod classic without iTunes?

Can I use iPod classic without iTunes?

With the free iPhone transfer software – EaseUS MobiMover, you are able to put music on your iPod Touch, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, and more (running iOS 8 and later) without iTunes for free.

How do I format my iPod classic with iTunes?

This screenshot (upper-left corner of my iTunes window) shows iPod’s device button, circled in red. Click that button to show iPod’s Summary settings screen in iTunes window. The button for Restore is on that screen. Click Restore to erase iPod and set it to default “factory” settings.

Which iTunes supports iPod classic?

ITunes 12.6.3
ITunes 12.6. 3 works well with iPod classic and other click wheel iPods.

Why is my iPod classic not syncing with iTunes?

Retry with a different USB port if you cannot see iPod classic in iTunes. Restart your computer, and make sure you have the latest software updates installed. Reinstall iTunes software from the latest version on the web. Restore iPod classic.

Does anyone use iPod classic?

Sadly, iPod Classics were quietly discontinued in 2014, despite much rage from Apple lovers worldwide. You can try your luck grabbing a secondhand one on eBay, otherwise Apple still offers a solitary iPod model: the iPod Touch.

Why does iTunes not recognize my iPod Classic?

After the bad idea of “upgrading” to High Sierra, and working through an endless list of problems, I just ran into a new one. iTunes will no longer recognize my iPod. It’s the Classic 160GB (the best iPod ever). The iPod shows up in the System Report as a USB device. It also shows up on the desktop as a volume.

How do I Turn on my iPod Classic?

Move your thumb lightly around the Click Wheel to select a menu item. To choose the item, press the Center button. To go back to the previous menu, press Menu on the Click Wheel. Here’s what else you can do with iPod classic controls. To Do this Turn on iPod classic

What to do if your iPod Classic wont restore?

If the device still won’t restore normally try this method. Connect the device to the USB cable, press MENU+SELECT like a standard reset but keep holding for 12 seconds. The device should reboot as normal and then the screen should go blank. Now open iTunes and try to restore again.

Is there a version of iTunes that will support an iPod Classic?

Obsolete product status notwithstanding the current version of iTunes should be able to support an iPod classic. Mine shows up in iTunes on High Sierra. Have you tried reinstalling iTunes?