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www.it-ebooks.infowww.it-ebooks.infoiPod J.D. Biersdorfer with David PogueBeijing | Cambridge | Farnham | Köln | Sebastopol | Tokyo11th EditionThe book that should have been in the box®www.it-ebooks.infoiPod: The Missing Manual, Eleventh EditionBY J.D. Biersdorfer with David PogueCopyright © 2013 J.D. Biersdorfer. All rights reserved. Printed in Canada.Published by O’Reilly Media, Inc., 1005 Gravenstein Highway North, Sebastopol, CA 95472.O’Reilly books may be purchased for educational, business, or sales promotional use. Online editions are also available for most titles (safari.oreilly.com). For more information, contact our corporate/institutional sales department at 800.998.9938 or corporate@oreilly.com.Senior Editor: Brian SawyerEditor: Peter McKieProduction Editor: Kristen BorgIllustrations: Lesley Keegan, Rob Romano, Rebecca Demarest, Katherine Ippoliti, and J.D. BiersdorferCopyeditor: Marcia SimmonsIndexer: Julie HawksCover Designers: Randy Comer, Karen Montgomery, and Suzy WiviottInterior Designer: Monica Kamsvaag, Ron Bilodeau, & J.D. BiersdorferDecember 2011: Tenth Edition December 2012: Eleventh Edition.The O’Reilly logo is a registered trademark of O’Reilly Media, Inc. iPod: The Missing Manual and related trade dress are trademarks of O’Reilly Media, Inc.Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and O’Reilly Media, Inc. was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed in caps or initial caps. Adobe Photoshop™ is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. O’Reilly Media, Inc. is independent of Adobe Systems, Inc. Images on pages xviii, 2, 4, 5, 6, 164, and 294 appear courtesy of Apple, Inc.While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher and authors assume no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein.ISBN: 978-1-449-31619-8[TI]www.it-ebooks.infoContentsThe Missing Credits xiIntroduction xvCHAPTER 1iPod 101 1Meet the iPod Touch 2Meet the iPod Nano 4Meet the iPod Shue 5Meet the iPod Classic 6Install iTunes 7The iPod-Computer Connection 8Charge Your iPod 10CHAPTER 2Tour the iPod Touch 13iPod Touch Ports and Switches 14Set Up and Activate Your Touch 16Set Up and Sync Your Touch With iTunes 18Turn the Touch On and O 20The Home Button and Home Screen 21Finger Moves for the iPod Touch 22Sync Content to the iPod Touch 24What’s in the Settings Menu 26CHAPTER 3Entertain Yourself With the iPod Touch 29What’s in the Music Menu 30Explore the Now Playing Screen 32Control Music on the Now Playing Screen 34Cover Flow in Motion 36Use the Podcasts and iTunes U Apps 36What’s in the Videos Menu 38What’s in the Photos Menu 39Snap and Edit Photos 40www.it-ebooks.info IV CONTENTSShoot and Edit Videos on the Touch 42Share and Upload Photos and Videos 44Play Around in Game Center 46Use Newsstand and iBooks 48Get Fit With Nike + iPod Touch 50CHAPTER 4Get Organized With the iPod Touch 53Use the Touch Keyboard 54Cut, Copy, Paste, and Replace by Touch 56Add Contacts to the Touch 58Sync Up Your Calendars 60Map Your Way with WiFi 62Get Turn-by-Turn Directions 64Make FaceTime Video Calls 65Keep Time with the Touch Clock 66Notes, Weather, Stocks, and Calculator 68Command Siri 70Record Voice Memos 72Use Messages 73Set Up Reminders 74Use the Passbook E-Wallet App 75Add Twitter and Facebook Accounts 76Use Notifications 78The “Do Not Disturb” Setting 79Use the iPod Dictionary 80Search the iPod Touch 81Print from Your Touch 82Set Privacy Settings on the Touch 84CHAPTER 5Surf the Web and Manage Email On the Touch 87Get Your WiFi Connection 88Take a Safari Tour 90Zoom and Scroll Web Pages 92Surf with Safari 94Create and Use Safari Bookmarks 96Edit and Organize Bookmarks and Folders 97Sync Bookmarks with iTunes 98The Safari History List 99Tap Links 100www.it-ebooks.info CONTENTS VRSS Feeds and Mobile-Friendly Sites 101Search the Web 102Use the Safari Action/Share Menu 104Use Safari Reader and Reading List 105Use Multiple Web Pages 106Use iCloud Tabs 107Play Online Audio and Video 108Use Safari Security 109Set Up Mail Accounts 110Adjust Mail Settings 111Use Email on the Touch 112Set Up a VIP Mailbox 114Flag Messages for Later 115Set Up an iCloud Account 116Use iCloud on Your Computer 118Use iCloud on the Web 119CHAPTER 6Add More Apps to the Touch 121Buy iPod Touch Apps 122Update Apps 124Uninstall Apps 124Manage Apps in iTunes 125Organize Apps in Folders 126Multitask on Your Touch 127CHAPTER 7Tour the iPod Nano 129Set Up and Autosync the Nano 130Manually Load Your Nano with Media 131iPod Nano Buttons and Ports 132Control the Nano by Touch 133The iPod Nano’s Home Screen 133The iPod Nano’s Menus 134Play Music 135Play FM Radio 136Play Spoken-Word Recordings 137The iPod Nano as Personal Trainer 138The Nano Settings Menu 140Customize the Nano’s Home Screen 141www.it-ebooks.info VI CONTENTSCHAPTER 8Tour the iPod Classic 143Set Up the iPod Classic 144iPod Classic Ports and Switches 146Control the iPod Classic 147Navigate the iPod Classic’s Menus 148Adjust The iPod Classic Settings 150Load Music onto the iPod Classic 152Jump Around Within Songs and Videos 154Search for Songs on the iPod Classic 155Search Visually With Cover Flow 155The iPod as Address Book 156The iPod as Calendar 157Set the iPod’s Clock 158Use the iPod Classic as an Alarm Clock 159Voice Memos: The iPod as Audio Recorder 160The iPod as Portable Hard Drive 160Read Text Files on the iPod Classic 162Play Games on an iPod Classic 163CHAPTER 9Tour the iPod Shue 165Control the iPod Shue 166Set Up and Sync the Shue 167Autofill Your Shue with Songs 168Manually Fill Your iPod Shue 169Use VoiceOver on the Shue 170Sync Podcasts and Other Audio 170Use the Shue As a Flash Drive 171CHAPTER 10iTunes Basics 173The iTunes Window: An Introduction 174Change the Look of the iTunes Window 176Use the iTunes 11 MiniPlayer 177Import Selected Songs from Your CDs 178Change Import Settings for Better Audio Quality 180Ways to Browse Your Collection 181Album View in iTunes 11 182Search iTunes 183Shue Your Music in Many Ways 184Animate Your Songs: iTunes Visualizer 185www.it-ebooks.info CONTENTS VIICHAPTER 11iTunes Power Moves 187You’re the Critic: Rate Your Music 188Listen to Internet Radio 189Share Your iTunes Music and Videos 190Use iTunes In the Cloud 192Use iTunes Match 194Change a Song’s File Format 195Improve Your Tunes with the Graphic Equalizer 196Change a Song’s Start and Stop Times 198Edit Song Information 199Edit Album Information 200Fetch Missing Album Covers 201Add Lyrics to Your Song Files 202What iTunes Can Tell You About Your iPod 203Adjust Your iPod’s Syncing Preferences with iTunes 204Load Songs onto an iPod from More Than One Computer 206Manually Delete Music and Videos from Your iPod 207Copy Your Music from iPod to iTunes 208Move Your iTunes Media Folder to an External Drive 210Where iTunes Stores Your Files 211Set Up Multiple iTunes Libraries 212Back Up Your iTunes Files 213CHAPTER 12The Power of Playlists 215Make a New Playlist in iTunes 216Change an Existing Playlist 218Add a Playlist to Your iPod 219Delete a Playlist 220Make and Edit Playlists on the iPod Touch and Nano 221Make a Playlist on an iPod Classic 222Make a Genius Playlist in iTunes 223Make a Genius Playlist on the iPod 224Genius Mixes in iTunes 225Genius Mixes on the iPod 226Manage Your Expectations With Up Next 227Smart Playlists: Another Way for iTunes to Assemble Song Sets 228Beam Playlists with AirPlay 230Three Kinds of Discs You Can Create with iTunes 231Burn a Playlist to a CD 232Print Playlists and Snazzy CD Covers 233www.it-ebooks.info VIII CONTENTSCHAPTER 13Shop the iTunes Store 235Get to the iTunes Store 236Shop the iTunes Store via WiFi 237The iTunes Store Layout 238Navigate the Aisles of the iTunes Store 239Set Up an Apple Account 240Browse and Buy Media From the Store 242Download and Subscribe to Podcasts 244Change the Information in Your Apple ID Account 246Resuming Interrupted Store Downloads 247iTunes and Social Media 248Give the Gift of iTunes 250Plan Ahead: Wish Lists 251iTunes Allowance Accounts 252Set Up Parental Controls for the Store 253Adjust Your Store Preferences 254Usage Rights: What You Can Do with Your Purchases 255Authorize Your Computer to Play iTunes Purchases 256Deauthorize Your Computer 257See Your iTunes Purchase History and Get iTunes Store Help 258Buy Songs from Other Music Stores 259CHAPTER 14It’s Showtime: Video on the iPod 261Add Your Own Videos to iTunes 262Play Videos in iTunes 263Transfer Videos to Your iPod 264Video Formats That Work on the iPod 265Play Videos on the iPod Touch and Nano 266Play Videos on the iPod Classic 268Play iTunes and iPod Videos on Your TV 270CHAPTER 15Picture Your Photos On the iPod 273Set Up: Get Ready to Put Photos on Your iPod 274Get Pictures onto Your iPod 276View Photos on the iPod Touch 278View Photos on the Nano or Classic 280 Store High-Quality Photos on Your iPod 281www.it-ebooks.info[...]... 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Missing Manual, Mountain Lion Edition by David Pogue Windows 7: The Missing Manual by David Pogue WordPress: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald For a full list of all Missing Manuals in print, go to www.missingmanuals.com/ library.html The Missing Credits www.it-ebooks.info xiii www.it-ebooks.info Introduction When the ipod first arrived in 2001, it was known primarily as a music player But during the. .. screen like the one on the right, you need to manually eject the iPod from your computer to safely undock it from the mother ship iTunes gives you two easy ways to do that: 1 If your iPod is already selected in the main iTunes window, click the Eject button next to its name in the top-left corner If not… 2 Click the Eject icon on the right side of the main iTunes window With either method, the iPod announces... music—it’s just the display that goes dark @Volume These two buttons reside on the left side of the Touch (bottom left) Press the top one to increase the sound on either the tiny external speaker or an attached pair of headphones; the bottom button lowers the volume As you press the physical volume buttons, the Touch’s screen gives you an onscreen graphic to show how loud or soft the sound is getting... including the first 10 editions of this book; iPad: The Missing Manual; Best iPhone Apps, Second Edition; and Netbooks: The Missing Manual She’s been writing the weekly computer Q&A column for The New York Times since 1998 and has covered everything from 17th-century Indian art to female hackers for the newspaper She’s also written articles for the AIGA Journal of Graphic Design, Budget Travel, The New... continues the tradition of changing its look every year or two Gone is the Triscuit-sized metal square with the tiny touch screen and clip on the back for wearing around the gym Apple has completely overhauled the Nano yet again and made it into a whole new player So, what’s new about the Nano? 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