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How do I restore my iTunes library from a backup made by TouchCopy?

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Summary

To restore your iTunes library from a backup made by TouchCopy, follow these steps...

  1. Open iTunes, select the "File" tab and then click "Add Folder to Library..."
  2. Select the folder containing the music that was backed up by TouchCopy.
  3. Sync your updated iTunes library back to your device.

You can download the free demo of TouchCopy below, allowing you to transfer up to 100 tracks, FREE!

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Detailed Steps

TouchCopy can be used to backup your iPod or iPhone to your computer or an external drive.

If you have chosen to backup your iPod to your hard drive, TouchCopy will copy your music, videos, podcasts, tv shows and playlist to the iPod Content folder on your desktop. You can change the location on your hard drive where your iPod is backed up by using TouchCopy options.

Restore iTunes library from backup

To restore your iTunes library from a backup, open iTunes, select the File tab and then click on Add folder to library. From there navigate to the location on your computer where your backup is stored and click on OK. Wait for iTunes to finish importing your music.

Then, connect your iPod or iPhone and use iTunes to re-sync it, which will reload your music back to your device.

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Latest Comments

Mark Murphy wrote...
2017-07-30
Hi when transfer from iPad to Mac. Do I transfer to mac or iTunes?
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Wide Angle Software wrote...
2017-07-31
@Mark Murphy Either options can be used. If you wish to listen to the tracks in iTunes or sync them to your other iPod devices, then we recommend transferring to iTunes directly. Alternatively, you can transfer them to Mac if you wish to listen to them in another media player. Tracks transferred to your Mac can still be imported into your iTunes library at a later date if required.