The world is seen lot of changes in the electronics field, since the emergence of digital technology. One of the major change was brought, when the iPod was launched. iPods are portable media player designed by worlds best company called Apple Inc. Introduction of iPods made the music lovers more happier, since they could listen to their favorite songs no matter where they are. You can connect these iPods to your Mac system and transfer more music files into it by the process of synchronizing. However, one can easily lose his files from the iPod, if the syncing process is not carried properly.
What is synchronization?
iPod comprises iTunes for playing the songs. When you connect the iPod to a Mac system, the iTunes of the Mac system gets synchronized with the iTunes of the iPod i.e the library gets updated if new files are added to the list after the last synchronization process. If your system shutdowns suddenly when synchronization is taking place, you may face the risk of data loss.
Let us discuss one of the real time scenarios, which you might have undergone while using your iPod. On one of the day, you connect your iPod to the computer to update new songs to your iTunes library. Due to some freezing problem in the system the sync process was interrupted. You did not take it seriously and started resyncing the music files. After a while, when you made a check in your iPod, you found many of the old music files missing. This left you in panic state as the lost files were among your favorite collections of songs. Generally at these times, you assume that the lost files are gone forever. But this is not the fact; you still have an option to restore music from iPod after resyncing i.e through Remo Recover.
Synchronization process can also be interrupted by other means apart from power failure. Commonly, it occurs due to the negligence caused by the user. When the synchronization is taking place the user may accidentally pull out the USB cable from the computer. As a result of this, the process may get disrupted leading to the loss of music files.
Errors in iTunes application can also break the ongoing synchronization process. Due to this, you may lose the songs that were saved on your iPod drives. In all the cases of data loss, the one and only one solution is Remo Recover
Remo Recover contains a exceptional recovery wizard that helps you to retrieve songs from iPod after resyncing. This tool allows you to restore music files of various formats such as MP3, MP4, WAV, AIFC, RA, AMR, M4A, AIFF, AIF and more. Along with this, it also enables you to preview the recovered file immediately after the scan completes. This tool is suited to be executed on Mac systems such as Mac Lion, Mac Leopard, Mac Snow Leopard and Mac Mountain Lion systems. You can use this application to recover songs from iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod Nano, iPod shuffle and more.
Things you need to follow before employing Remo Recover:
Steps to recover songs from ipod after resyncing:
Step 1: Initially, download the software and install it on your Mac system. Now select "Recover Photos" option.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: On the second screen select the iPod drive from where you lost the files in figure 2.
Figure 2: Select Drive
Step 3: Now select the file type you want to recover
Figure 3: Select File Type
Step 4: Finally, save the recovered files by purchasing the full version of the software
Figure 4: Recovered Picture Files