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Playing an iPod through a W10 PC? (Resolved).


Best Answer phillpower2 , 25 December 2016 - 08:22 AM

Hello batpark, Not exactly sure what you mean by "connect" hardware or software so info on both, a physical connection is made using an ipod dock to USB cable that connects the ipod to a USB p... Go to the full post »


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How can I connect my iPod to a W10  PC so I can HEAR a podcast installed on the IPod? Thanks.  ...batpark


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Hello batpark,

 

Not exactly sure what you mean by "connect" hardware or software so info on both, a physical connection is made using an ipod dock to USB cable that connects the ipod to a USB port on the computer, example here and you can use OneDrive for storing your podcasts and music for listening to on your PC, a good guide for the latter here


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Hello phillpower2: Thanks for responding to what I see now as an incredibly badly posed question. What I meant to ask was "Can I play music from my iPod through my W10 desktop PC  without going through iTunes?"

 

Your reference to One Drive really interested me and I will look into that. I have a W10 desktop with One drive built-in.


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Hello batpark,

 

I do not use iTunes myself hence the OneDrive approach but was of the understanding that it was dependant on from where your media was obtained the options that you may have, explained better than I can here

 

You are welcome btw  :)


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