Three Methods to Transfer MP3 to iPod
Nowadays, many users like to play MP3 files on iPod. However, to play MP3 on iPod, the first step is to use iTunes to transfer MP3 music that you add to iTunes library to iPod. However, sometimes, users can not transfer all MP3 files from iTunes libarary to iPod, especially when your iTunes library is filled with MP3 files. The following article just covers how to transfer MP3 files to iPod with iTunes and without iTunes.
Method 1: Transfer MP3 to iPod with iTunes
Users can follow the steps below to add the MP3 files to iTunes library and then transfer to iPod:
- Open iTunes.
- Click File button to choose your MP3 file and then click Add to Library button to add the MP3 file to iTunes Library by clicking the Open button.
- Connect your iPod to computer.
- Click Library>Music to find and transfer the MP3 file from iTunes Library to iPod.
Method 2: Sync MP3 to iPod with MediaMonkey
MediaMonkey is a digital media and media library application which also has the ability in syncing the MP3 file to iPod. If you have installed MediaMonkey and once you connect iPod to computer, you just need to click Tools>Sync Devices and then transfer the MP3 file to your iPod from the drop-down button.
Method 3: Transfer MP3 to iPod with dr.fone
dr.fone also enables to transfer MP3 file to iPod. Follow the steps below to use dr.fone to transfer MP3 to iPod.
- Connect your iPod to computer and bring up iPod in dr.fone window.
- Click Music button>Click +Add button>Click Add File/Add Folder button to add the needed MP3 file or many needed MP3 files to your iPod.
Transfer FLAC, WMA, RA, Opus, OGG, CAF, MP2, VOC etc to iPod
If you want to transfer other audio formats like FLAC, WMA, RA, Opus, OGG, CAF, MP2, VOC, AMR, etc to iPod, it is better to firstly convert them to iPod supported audio format and then use the above method to transfer to iPod.
Here is the step by step guide on how to convert FLAC to iPod supported audio format.
It also helps to convert other audio files to iPod supported format.