Ipod Setup Support
Gone are the days when heavy and big music systems were the only choice to suffice our musical cravings. With changing technologies, we have been introduced to many more gadgets which not only offer us the real melodious temptation but also store big data.
iPod is one of such inventions which has completely changed the way of living. This handy device not only helps us in storing numerous data but has also improved our listening experience. Some of the hi-fi models of iPod also come in touch-sensibility and incorporating video facilities.
Since, this device has become a celebrated gadget for people from all across the world, as you can see every second person carrying an iPod, iPod setup support has gained a prominence.
Numbers of tech support provider companies are offering service of setup support for iPod too. These companies are helping people in getting different sort of assistance for their iPods. Such iPod setup supports are provided for almost every brand, ranging from Apple to Sony.
PCCare247.com is a leading tech support provider company, which has recently introduced its ipod setup support service. The latest of this support package is assistance on installing Linux Operating System on iPod.
Procedures of iPod setup support
. Find out your exact iPod model and generation. If your iPod is a second generation Nano or latter, this would not work - check the project status page which can be used for iPods.
. Check which version of iPod Linux is compatible with your iPod. IPod Linux distributions and installers are available for almost every iPod, but some of them are not proved, hence, it can be difficult to install them.
. Backup your iPod data or you may end up losing all of them, as after installation of operating system on iPod, it is important to reformat them.
. Now plug your iPod into Microsoft Windows machine.
Open iTunes if your iPod is set up to work with iTunes, and set the iPod into disk mode:
. Click the Edit Menu and then Preferences.
. Click the tab or icon labeled iPod at the top of the screen.
. Tick the Enabled
(Note - follow the guidelines mentioned at the iPod Linux site)