Ok, here is the deal. I have two iPods, a Shuffle and a Nano. I like to use the Shuffle for exercise and the Nano for everything else. So, my question is this: Can I have two iPods on one computer?
Apple has written an article entitled How to use multiple iPods with one computer.
Method one assumes that I am two people with two logins, which I am not.
Method two is who I am.
Basically, it says that you just sync your iPod as you normally would, using playlists.
Ok, so I pop in my shuffle (I have been using just my Nano lately) and we’ll see what happens.
Boom, iTunes recognizes it and I set it up to sync with my “Workout” Playlist.
And I am all set. It turns out that two iPods on one computer is simple.
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