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Largest iPod User Group launched

Join the largest iPod user group in the world. (Over 19,000 members)

iLounge has been planning to develop an online iPod User Group since February 2004. Now, having received encouraging words and support from Mac/iPod author Chris Breen, and Chuck Joiner, the man Chris named ‘Grand Poobah’ of Macintosh User Groups, we’ve decided to go for it. With over 19,000 members in our Forums (the largest online community of iPod owners worldwide) iLounge has a “built-in audience,” as Chuck has put it, and we always want to find ways to improve the lives of our members.

How do you become a member?

Good news. If you’re a registered member of the iLounge forums, you’re already a member of the free iPod User Group - the largest iPod User Group in the world. If you’re not yet a member of the forums, join up and become a part of the iPod User Group.

iPod User Group benefits

Monthly Monday Meetings and Deals.
We will hold official online chats on the first Monday of every month via iChat and AOL AIM beginning at 6 pm ET/3 pm PT. Every member is welcomed and encouraged to participate. Each chat will include gear giveaways, a feature discussion with an industry expert or accessory manufacturer, discounts and information regarding the iPod/iPod mini, tips, hacks, mods, latest gear updates and more.

Win a Prize:
As a side benefit, we plan to offer giveaways at each official chat. In addition to giveaways of new iPod gear, we will give away one iLounge t-shirt (winner’s choice of size and design) per chat. (Note: Winners have to be a registered member of the iLounge forums.)

Newsletter:
All members will be sent an email newsletter featuring member profiles, recent iPod news, recent Site news, special deals/discounts and more. Members may opt-out of the emailed newsletter at any time, but who would want to?

Watch this space for more info and news as we line up our first guests and topics for the first online meeting on Monday, May 3, 2004 at 6 pm ET/3 pm PT.

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Comments

21

can u download the ipod software with windows ME?

Posted by rodedogg23 on October 7, 2004 at 8:29 PM (CDT)

22

I have a 3rd generation Ipod and I have disabled the automatic libraries update because I dont want to clog up my computer with music.  Basically I load a song on my library, load it onto my machine, and erase it from my library.  Here’s the thing:  I want to create a playlist of old school hip-hop (no problem), and burn it onto a CD to give to some one(BIG PROBLEM!).  Can anyone give me some insight into solving this problem?  Thanks

Posted by ELJAM on October 11, 2004 at 2:47 PM (CDT)

23

My ipod doesn’t show up on itunes. what did i di wrong.

Posted by iwannarock on April 2, 2005 at 12:24 PM (CST)

24

I have all my music files in window media how can I transfer them into i tunes

Posted by john on July 16, 2005 at 2:34 AM (CDT)

25

Hi, I have a 20gb ipod bouth last year ... I had a PC at the time, now I bought a iMac G5 panther system and I want to stt my ipod to work with only my Mac now.  What do I have to do? Do I have to update my ipod?  Will I loose my songs? 
Please help me!!  I called Mac support and they want to charge me to answer any questions because I did not buy apple care.
Thanks!!

Posted by PauloSousa on July 30, 2005 at 5:23 PM (CDT)

26

Hi there, I have a 60GB iPhoto - has anyone ever had theirs switch on by itself?

Posted by Natalie on August 3, 2005 at 6:11 AM (CDT)

27

does anyone know if u can get the music off a mac ipod onto a pc. need to leave the music on the ipod and leave the ipod as a mac ipod

Posted by matthew tall on January 4, 2007 at 5:01 AM (CST)

28

just bought 80gb and have been using windows as desktop and music system. also just bought macbook question is can i plug pod into either op system or do I have to make a choice

Posted by GeeJay on April 6, 2007 at 7:27 AM (CDT)

29

hi. umm, not to change the subject or anything, but my computer crashed and I didn’t back up my music (dumb, I know). So now since my itunes library is empty, updating my ipod will wipe out all my songs. Is there any way that i could get the songs transferred from my ipod TO my itunes library? Help would be very much appreciated. thanks! :)

Posted by Jillena Stonier on April 26, 2007 at 6:43 PM (CDT)

30

I have a Sony DSLR, a 30GB ipod & a mac G%. I transferred some RAW (Sony ARW) photo files from my camera to the ipod..but then I inadvertently deleted them. I ran ImageRecall & it recovered the photos, but I can’t open the files. I have tried a number of other photo recovery applications but to no avail. Please help!

Posted by helmutnc on July 4, 2007 at 1:21 PM (CDT)

31

I have a Sony DSLR, a 30GB ipod & a mac G5. I transferred some RAW (Sony ARW) photo files from my camera to the ipod..but then I inadvertently deleted them. I ran ImageRecall & it recovered the photos, but I can’t open the files. I have tried a number of other photo recovery applications but to no avail.
Any help would be appreciated

Posted by helmutnc on July 6, 2007 at 7:20 PM (CDT)

32

I have a 2004 refurbished i-pod photo,i’ve already had to send it in to have the HDD replaced,and it was working fine,until i re-did my itunes library,ive tried the 5 r’s,installed ipod reset utility,and all the requested software updates,and i can’t get my 2006 macbook to recongize the device!!!!please help me,i need some new music soon!!!thank you,j.c.

Posted by james czelatdko on August 4, 2007 at 2:24 PM (CDT)

33

Hi,
I own an 60GB iPod A1099 and I cannot turn it off. pause-play button only turns off screen background light. I suspect the wheel is damaged. Have you ever had the same problem with your iPods, and how did you fix it?
Thanks!

Posted by Tania Maldonado on February 4, 2008 at 10:26 PM (CST)

34

I have a 30 GB iPod.
The only loaded 476 MB of songs on it & have used it primarily for temporary photo storage. on my last trip, I ran out of space for photos.
I have downloaded the photos & deleted them from the iPod. I checked to the best of my ability, & find that I have only 826.8 MB available!
Where are the other 28+ GB?
I need more space for photo storage for my trip to Australia starting in a week!

Posted by Helmut Mueller on May 13, 2009 at 4:15 PM (CDT)

35

I have a new computer and cannot synch my iPod with the new computer.  I download songs to the new computer, but they wont’t synch to the iPod. I get the message to erase my iPod and then synch.  I don’t want to do that because I will lose the songs I put on the iPod from the old computer.  I don’t have the old computer because it was replaced under warranty.  What can I do????

Stacia

Posted by stacia on May 22, 2009 at 10:57 PM (CDT)

36

Hello,

I have an iPod nano 5th generation. In my Adresses I have a field Birthday. This is after synchronisation with iTunes, I can’t see all adresses and a lot of informations but not the field/information birthday. what can I do? Is this a bug in iPod or what is the problem.

thanks

bye

Claudius

Posted by Claudius Sailer on September 30, 2009 at 2:11 PM (CDT)

37

I am having problems moving music to an external hard drive.  Once I import the CD, it appears in Itunes but does not appear in the external drive.  HELP

Posted by Michael Lewis on October 21, 2009 at 7:19 AM (CDT)

38

I purchased an ipod touch rather impulsively because I had heard that you could get music from any website, not just itunes. I also don’t own a computer so I had to use someone elses to sync my unit and carry out the initial setup. I put itunes on the unit as far as I know, but I tried to download a ripped cd to the ipod and it would not drag and drop to the removable disc or would it sync to my ipod to put the music on my unit. Is there anything I can do to restore my freedom to get songs on my own without having to use the computer that I synced with initially. Help please.

Posted by jogoryo on December 26, 2009 at 11:59 PM (CST)

39

I have a large collection of (mostly) classical music, so to me an Album is the 4 movements of a symphony, or whatever, but these exist as 4 files. I have an iPod Touch: am I being thick in failing to find a way of playing whole albums from my collection at random? I can get it to do that with tracks, I’ve tried consolidating into Albums, to no avail. The annoying thing is that iTunes allows me to do this, which is why I bought the iPod, assuming it would as well.
A very disillusioned Apple customer!

Posted by Lex Hope on June 16, 2013 at 1:07 PM (CDT)

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