My Music, is it gone?

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  1. donaldf

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    Greetings,
    I have 1200 songs on my iPod 4th Gen and on my Tiger OSx 4.11 Mac's( Itunes 9.2.1.) How can I get the music to,my new iPad2 with the new retina display. It's a 32 GB and wireless.
     
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    If all your music is in iTunes, just sync/move it to your iPad via iTunes sync or any other syncing program
     
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    Thanks, but I will need to know how and what to connect with. My systems If you mighty check, are not compatible!
     
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    You'll need to upgrade that iTunes account to the newest version (10.6). Then, you can plug the iPad into it and sync any/all songs that are in iTunes across to it.

    If the songs that are on your iPod are not in iTunes, and they weren't purchased through iTunes, then you'll have to get some sort of third party software to get those songs loaded into iTunes (without losing them off the iPod).

    As you can see, the main key is to have all the songs in iTunes. That's the program you need to use to get the songs onto the I
    Ad. You can't connect the iPad to the iPod. You've got to use iTunes as the intermediary.

    Marilyn
     
  5. donaldf

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    Thanks Marilyn,
    All the songs are in "ITunes 9.2.1", and I cannot update since I am the last Tiger System before Intel OS x 10.4.11 and stuck there. I did explain that at the first.
     
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    Unfortunately, the iPad2, according to what I read, has to have iTunes 10.2 as a minimum in order to be able to sync.

    Other than getting a remote desktop app so you can mirror that Mac to the iPad or (maybe) setting up home sharing, I'm sorry, but I know of no other way to get your music to the iPad2.

    Marilyn
     
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    iTunes Match?
     
  8. donaldf

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    To Match?....If you mean the same, yes. The iTTune sin my iPod match my Mac exactly. The iPod Music and my Tiger, OS X 10.4.11 Mac iTunes (9.2.1) Music are the same and are quite compatible.
    Howe about a flashdrive with my music througha camera connection. I don't however know
    if "Jailbreak" is there or how to do it without damage. Hey guys, the fact is I'm 80 and not too swift on that!
     
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    No I was talking about a service on the iCloud, but your iTunes is too old to use the service.

    I think your only options are:

    1. Wait for the iPad jailbreak (apparently wi-fi models will get it in a week or so)
    2. Upgrade your mac to something compatible with iTunes 10.x.
    3. Buy a pc.
     
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    Well, I guess that is it. Jailbreak looks good. Now I need to know what all this business is with IPad 2 and iPad 3 and generations of each. I thought that the new Retina iPad was the second and latest and third generation. Why is there #3. There seems to be confusion as to three and two and generations. Can this be sorted out?
     

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