some questions about itunes-ipod touch

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  1. raj24

    raj24 Banned

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    how to transfer photos to ipod touch?

    i transffered using itunes-photos sync..
    it was done..then i added other photos, then previous photos were not there..???

    help me in transffering photos by working or simple way..
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    can i have foloders in music?
    is it possible if i add folders then it'll show in folders in albums ?
  2. Jay_21

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    an easy way to sync photos is to make a folder on your desktop or anywhere and put your pictures in it. Then in iTunes click the Photos tab and and there should be an option to pick a folder to sync from. Every time you want to add a pic, just add it to that folder you made. It will sync everything.
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    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    Yeah, this is a good way to do so. The reason why the other photos are being deleted is because it is overwriting the older photos every time you sync more photos. Placing all the photos you want to have into a folder, and updating the folder every time you have new ones, and then syncing the whole folder, will result in this not happening anymore.
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    simple problem with your solution

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    if i've lots of images on my laptop [around 10gb] and i want selected images only then? and wanna add periodically. I've to keep 2 folders .

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    there shd be alternative. if not apple shd think about.

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