Are you getting fed up with the limitation of iTunes when you need to transfer the playlist from your iPod to your iTunes? Do you want to try an alternative, which functions like iTunes but simpler and easier? If yes, then you are in the right place.
You never know what will happen in the next moment. Maybe your computer would crash suddenly for some uncertain reason, or maybe someone gives you a new PC as a gift, or you win a lottery ticket. This may be not happening or will happen. What if you have a new PC, while all the info you need is in the old PC? Or what if your PC crashes suddenly while all the info is in this crush one? Then we need to rebuild an iTunes Library. Copying the playlists from your iPod is definitely the quickest way, which is not supported by iTunes. Now if you want to transfer your files, such as music, video, playlists, photo, from your iPod to iTunes, you should try the dr.fone, which is specially designed for this function.
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Note: At present, only the Windows version is available, so the dr.fone – iOS Transfer (Windows) could be used only by Windows users. If you are a Mac user and want to transfer playlist from iPod to iTunes Mac directly, then I am afraid that you may have to wait until the next version of dr.fone – iOS Transfer (Mac).
Please check up the following information on how to export the playlist from the iPod to the iTunes Library, only for Windows users.
Firstly, using one USB cable to connect the iPod with the PC
Before we run the dr.fone, we have to download it and install it on the PC, choose “Transfer” feature. Then use one USB cable to connect your iPod with your PC. Then when the connecting is done, your PC could detect your iPod automatically, and the files and data of your iPod will be displayed in the primary window like the following snapshot.
Secondly, transferring a playlist from the iPod to the iTunes Library
On the right side of the primary window click Transfer Device Media to iTunes Library.
Then done. It is very simple and easy for you to copy your playlists from your iPod the iTunes Library, just several clicks, which could be done in a second. Beyond that, it also supports to import playlist from iTunes to iPod, iPhone.
Download dr.fone – iOS Transfer to try this tool, then you could experience the quickest way of copying your playlist from iPod to iTunes.