How to Rip an iPod for Moving iTunes Library


To rip an iPod can help you get music, movies, photos off iPod to the new computer. And this page aims to show you how to rip an iPod.


June 9, 2012


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You may want to replace an iPod classic with the latest iPod nano 7, but transferring music from old iPod to new one will be a nightmare. To overcome this situation, have you planned to rip an iPod to the computer and save to new devices? Since we ripped CD music onto iTunes, ripped DVD to Windows media player, now here is a lesson about how to rip an iPod to computer.

Step 1: Get an iPod Ripper

Comparing with masses of similar software, PodTrans Pro is one of the very few iPod ripper available without any functionality limitations. Owning to monthly stress tests, now PodTrans Pro is fully compatible with all models of iPod nano, shuffle, classic, touch, etc. Apart from ripping iPod to computer, you can also import music onto iPod without erasing or replacing original ones.

Step 2: Download iPod Rip Tool

PodTrans Pro is complete iPod ripper software and you can download it here. After few seconds installation, you can check its main interface.

Connect your iPod with computer, and PodTrans Pro will load all the information about your iPod. You'll find a Music tab on the left side column. Click it to check your iPod music lists.

Pick up the songs you want to rip from iPod to computer. And click To PC:

How to Rip an iPod

How to Rip an iPod

The Bottom Line

Some of you may find rip songs from iPod to computer and then transfer them onto new iPod is a way too complicated. If you just want to straightforward copy music from iPod to iPod, PodTrans Pro can also give you one click solution.

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