Merry Christmas to one and all! Hubby has bought me a nice little bluetooth portable speaker from JBL as a Chrissie present. Never used bluetooth before, but it turned out to be easy peasy. The iPad found the JBL and the JBL found the iPad and I played the 'blue grass' music file that came with the iPad very LOUD. Wonderful. Hubby then said, you do know, you have about 10 albums of your own MP3s still on our desktop computer. You don't actuall need to keep playing that blasted bluegrass thing over and over. . . Your iPod can actually play more than one piece of music ever written. Sarky sod. I have iTunes on our desktop so went to it and. . . and. . . seem to have been much much to quick in trying to make it do what I want. I'm used to Kansas, not Oz, and we aren't in Kansas anymore where an Apple iPad is concerned. So although out there in Kansas, Dorothy would have many a simple. . step by step. . . illustrated. . . guide to copying a music album from a Windows PC to the music folder you've just created on your Android. . . well. This is Oz. And I'm clearly not going to live long enough to be able to read every single one of the Web search links I've found on a subject that should be dead simple to explain but instead seems to have thousands of YouTube videos and thousands of Internet results from 2010 onwards and I still haven't found a single up-to-date one which says. . . clearly . . . simply . . . how to proceed. I have found the standard Apple help files and pdf'd them, notably the "Sync your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iTunes on your computer using USB". (Which, of course, never came up when searching for "how to copy music files from PC to iPod", an example of how, if one search term is only a little off, then all search results will be off.) And I have found a user guide to Documents 5, which is praised as a File Manager but has an utterly hopeless user manual seemingly never updated since Documents2.) So. I know Apple employs a walled garden for its OS and you can't wander around it planting new flowers or creating new beds. You can't do in 5 minutes on an Apple what you can do in 5 minutes on a Samsung with side-by-side Explorer windows for Windows and Android. (Sigh. . .) If someone could, therefore, just point me in the direction of a simple, single, step-by-step user guide which must surely exist out there amongst the 10 million search results of which 99% are either irrelevant, out of date, or advertising flummery for 'free download' "trans" software, that'd be great -- dear God, the time it's taken me to write this note, I could've written such a step-by-step myself. And embroidered it and framed it, Apple Sweet Apple.