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Table Of Contents

CHAPTER 1
Meet the iPod Touch
Meet the iPod Nano
Meet the iPod Shuffle
Meet the iPod Classic
Install iTunes
Get Music into iTunes (and Later, Onto Your iPod)
Meet the iPod Accessories
Connect or Disconnect Your iPod from Your Computer
Charge Your iPod for the First Time
iPod Touch Ports and Switches
Set Up and Activate the iPod Touch
Set Up and Sync Your Touch With iTunes
Manually Load the iPod Touch
Finger Moves for the iPod Touch
Nano and Classic Ports and Switches
Navigate the iPod Classic’s Menus
What’s in the Classic’s Music Menu
What’s in the Classic’s Videos Menu
What’s in the Classic’s Photos Menu
What’s in the Classic’s Podcasts Menu
What’s in the Classic’s Extras Menu
What’s in the Classic’s Settings Menu
Other Nano and Classic Menus: Shuffle Songs, Now Playing, and Cover Flow
Customize Your iPod’s Menus
Set the iPod’s Clock
Use the iPod Classic as an Alarm Clock
Search for Songs on the iPod Classic
Jump Around Within Songs and Videos
Adjust the iPod’s Volume
Charge Your iPod Without Your Computer
Play FM Radio on the iPod Nano
Play Games on an iPod Classic
CHAPTER 3
Touring the Touch
Turn the Touch On and Off
The Home Button and Home Screen
What’s in the Music Menu
What’s in the Videos Menu
What’s in the Photos Menu
What’s in the Settings Menu
Other Icons on the Touch Home Screen
Map Your Way with WiFi
Play Around in Game Center
Make FaceTime Calls
Use iMessage
Use Reminders
User Twitter
Use Newsstand and iBooks
Use the Touch Keyboard
Cut, Copy, Paste, and Replace by Touch
Install (and Uninstall) New Apps
Manage Apps in iTunes
Snap and Edit Photos with the Camera
Shoot and Edit Videos on the Touch
Share and Upload Photos and Videos
Cover Flow in Motion
Explore the Now Playing Screen
Control Music on the Now Playing Screen
Set Up Mail Accounts
Use Email on the Touch
Organize Apps in Folders
Multitask on Your Touch
CHAPTER 4
iTunes Basics
The iTunes Window: An Introduction
Change the Look of the iTunes Window
Change the Size of the iTunes Window
Import Selected Songs from Your CDs
Change Import Settings for Better Audio Quality
Four Ways to Browse Your Collection
Get a Bird’s-Eye Look at Your Collection with Grid View
Search for Songs in iTunes
Shuffle Your Music in Many Ways
Animate Your Songs: iTunes Visualizer
CHAPTER 5
iTunes Power Moves
You’re the Critic: Rate Your Music
Listen to Internet Radio
Share Your iTunes Music and Videos
Use iTunes In the Cloud
Use iTunes Match
Change a Song’s File Format
Set Up Multiple iTunes Libraries
Improve Your Tunes with the Graphic Equalizer
Change a Song’s Start and Stop Times
Copy Your Music from iPod to iTunes
Move Your iTunes Media Folder to an External Drive
Where iTunes Stores Your Files
Back Up Your iTunes Files
CHAPTER 6
The Power of Playlists
Make a New Playlist in iTunes
Change an Existing Playlist
Add a Playlist to Your iPod
Delete a Playlist
Make and Edit Playlists on the iPod Touch and Nano
Make a Playlist on an iPod Classic
Make a Genius Playlist in iTunes
Make a Genius Playlist on the iPod
Genius Mixes in iTunes
Genius Mixes on the iPod
Publish Your Own Playlists
Smart Playlists: Another Way for iTunes to Assemble Your Songs
iTunes DJ: Get the Party Started
Three Kinds of Discs You Can Create with iTunes
Burn a Playlist to a CD
Print Playlists and Snazzy CD Covers
CHAPTER 7
Shop the iTunes Store
Get to the iTunes Store
Shop the iTunes Store via WiFi
The iTunes Store Layout
Navigate the Aisles of the iTunes Store
Set Up an iTunes Store Account
Change the Information in Your Apple Account
Find Music by Genre
Buy a Song or Album
Buy or Rent Movies and TV Shows
Buy iPod Touch Apps
Buy Audiobooks and Books
Download and Subscribe to Podcasts
What to Do if Your Download Gets Interrupted
Ping Your Way to New Music
Give the Gift of iTunes
Plan Ahead: Wish Lists
iTunes Allowance Accounts
Set Up Parental Controls for the Store
Adjust Your Store Preferences
Usage Rights: What You Can Do with Your Purchases
Authorize Your Computer to Play iTunes Purchases
Deauthorize Your Computer
Use Your iPod to Copy Purchases to Other Computers
Moving iTunes Files the Long Way
See Your iTunes Purchase History and Get iTunes Store Help
Buy Songs from Other Music Stores
CHAPTER 8
It’s Showtime: Video on the iPod
Add Your Own Videos to iTunes
Play Videos in iTunes
Transfer Videos to Your iPod
Video Formats That Work on the iPod
Play Videos on the iPod Touch
YouTube Videos on the Touch
Play Videos on the iPod Classic
View Photos on the iPod Nano or Classic
Digital Photographer Alert: Store Full-Quality Photos on Your iPod
Play Slideshows on Your iPod
Play Slideshows on Your TV
Share and Stream Photos With iCloud
CHAPTER 10
The iPod as Personal Assistant
The iPod as Address Book
The iPod as Calendar
Track Time: The iPod as Stopwatch
The iPod as Personal Trainer
Tick Tock: The iPod as a World Clock
Make Time Fly With the iPod Nano
Voice Memos: The iPod as Audio Recorder
The iPod as Portable Hard Drive
The iPod as eBook and Text Reader
CHAPTER 11
Surf the Web and More with the iPod Touch
Get Your WiFi Connection
Take a Safari Tour
Zoom and Scroll Web Pages
Surf with Safari
Create and Use Safari Bookmarks
Edit and Organize Bookmarks and Folders
Sync Bookmarks with iTunes
The Safari History List
Tap Links
RSS Feeds and Mobile-Friendly Sites
Search the Web
Play Online Audio and Video
Use Safari Reader and Reading List
Use Multiple Web Pages
Use Safari Security
Set Up an iCloud Account
Use iCloud on Your Computer
Use iCloud on the Web
CHAPTER 12
iPod and iTunes Out Loud
Take Your iPod on the Road
Connect Your iPod to a Home Entertainment System
iPod Speaker Systems
Stream Music and Video from iTunes
Find a Power Source for Your iPod
Where to Find Cool iPod Stuff
CHAPTER 13
What to Do When Your iPod Isn’t Working Right
The Five “Rs” of iPod Repair
Reset Your iPod
Download and Reinstall iTunes and iTunes Updates
Use the Diagnostics Tools in iTunes for Windows
Update the iPod’s Software
Start Over: Restoring Your iPod’s Software
Understanding the iPod’s Battery Messages
Apple’s Tips for Longer iPod Battery Life
AppleCare—What It Is and Whether You Need It
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iPod: The Missing Manual

iPod: The Missing Manual

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Apple continues to set the bar for portable media players, but iPods still don’t come with a guide to their impressive features. This full-color Missing Manual shows you how to play music, videos, and slideshows, shop the iTunes store, and create and manage your media library. It’s the most comprehensive (and popular) iPod book available.

The important stuff you need to know:

Fill it up. Load your iPod with music, photos, movies, TV shows, games, and eBooks. Tune into iTunes. Download media from the iTunes store, rip your CDs, and organize your entire media collection. Tackle the Touch. Use the Touch to shoot photos and video, send and receive email and text messages, and make video calls to otheriOS 5 gadgets. Go wireless. Sync your content and surf the Web over the air, using the Touch’s new iOS 5 software. Get moving with the Nano. Track your workouts with the built-in Nike+ sensor; dial in FM radio; and even create slideshows. Master the Shuffle and Classic. Get your Shuffle talking with VoiceOver, and play music, video, and slideshows on your Classic.

Apple continues to set the bar for portable media players, but iPods still don’t come with a guide to their impressive features. This full-color Missing Manual shows you how to play music, videos, and slideshows, shop the iTunes store, and create and manage your media library. It’s the most comprehensive (and popular) iPod book available.

The important stuff you need to know:

Fill it up. Load your iPod with music, photos, movies, TV shows, games, and eBooks. Tune into iTunes. Download media from the iTunes store, rip your CDs, and organize your entire media collection. Tackle the Touch. Use the Touch to shoot photos and video, send and receive email and text messages, and make video calls to otheriOS 5 gadgets. Go wireless. Sync your content and surf the Web over the air, using the Touch’s new iOS 5 software. Get moving with the Nano. Track your workouts with the built-in Nike+ sensor; dial in FM radio; and even create slideshows. Master the Shuffle and Classic. Get your Shuffle talking with VoiceOver, and play music, video, and slideshows on your Classic.

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Publish date: Nov 29, 2011
Added to Scribd: Dec 07, 2011
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ficusfan reviewed this
Rated 4/5
I got this book because I got a new Ipod Touch, and they don't come with a manual. It covers all the Ipods, and Itunes too. I would have preferred one that was just about the Touch, but this was all they had at the book store and I wanted something immediately. It is well written and organized, and was helpful. I have a Classic as well as the Touch - and it helped me figure out how to get all my covers on Itunes.There is a web site that is available for more help. I would have liked more coverage on file storage and reading/editing which has to be done with an App. Although the book was published not too long ago (7th Edition), it was not accurate with the Itunes interface. I don't know if that is because they were displaying the Mac version, and I have a PC or it it had changed.I also wish they had talked about Mobile.Me.Still it was helpful and worthwhile.
cannellfan reviewed this
Rated 4/5
I'm just a casual user of my 30gig video iPod, and had run across a few things that I couldn't intuitively figure out how to do. I ran across this at the library and gave it a shot. I found the parts dealing with my particular equipment to be well-written and fairly clear, although I still had to do some experimentation to get my iPod to do what the instructions said it should do. The sections dealing with other technology (such as the iPod Touch) were extraneous to me, and therefore something of a waste in this book.Overall, this book did what I needed it to...it gave me a clearer picture of how to do basic stuff with a video iPod. But I'm still glad I checked it out for free from the library instead of paying for it.
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