Limewire Music/Video
1. Download Limewire to iPod
2. Limewire to Zune/PSP/iPhone
3. Limewire Music to iPod

How to Get Limewire Music to Your iPod

Limewire is a free file sharing program which can run on Windows, Mac OS X and other operating systems supported by Java software platform. With the Limwire, you can search, download, and share various video and audio files, such as WAV, SWF, AVI, MPEG, MPG, ASF, RM, MOV, MP3, WMA, OGG and so on. High performance and convenient operation make Limewire the world's most sophisticated peer to peer file sharing program.

Convert Limewire music to iPod

People who use Limewire often have such problems, "I have many songs on Limewire and want to put them into my iTunes. Then I can transfer them on my iPod. I have tried a lot of methods and software. But I failed. So, how do I put music files downloaded from Limewire to my iPod?"

Read this post and you will find the answer. Here, we will introduce two ways to transfer Limewire music to iPod. You can transfer them with iTunes and Music Transfer Utility.

Solution 1. Transfer Limewire Music to iPod with iTunes

Before transferring Limewire music to iPod with iTunes, you should convert them to iPod compatible files. As people know, iPod can play only MP3 and H.264 music files. So, you should convert them first before transferring.

Convert the Downloaded Limewire Songs to iPod Compatible Formats

Step 1 Download the iPod Video Converter

Download the iPod Music Conversion Utility from the official website, install and run it on your computer.

Step 2 Add Limewire music file on the program

Click "Add File" to select the Limewire music files you want to convert, and then you can import them to this software.

Add File

Step 3 Choose the compatible formats for iPod

Here, you can click the "Profile" and choose the output formats for iPod like MP3 or M4A on the dropdown list.

Profile MP3

Step 4 Convert the Limewire music

After finishing the setting, you can click the "Convert" and make conversion of the Limewire music. Before converting the Limewire music, you can choose a destination to save the converted music.

Convert the Limewire music

Check how to convert video and audio to MP4/MP3 from the video below:

Transfer the Converted Music to iPod with iTunes

Step 1 Open iTunes and click "File"

After opening iTunes, you can click the button "File" to add your music to iTunes Library.

Click file

Step 2 Browse the folder where your converted Limewire music is

After browsing the folder where your music is, you can click it right now. Or you can find the converted Limewire music and drag them into your iTunes Library.

Select the limewire music

Step 3 Connect your iPod to your computer

When you connect iPod with your computer via the USB cable, iTunes will detect your iPod.

Step 4 Add songs to your iPod

In this step, you can click "File﹥Devices﹥Sync" and transfer the Limewire music to your iPod.

Add music to iPod

Solution 2. Copy Limewire Music to iPod with Music Transfer Tool

Although transferring Limewire music to iPod with iTunes is free, you need convert Limewire music formats to those iPod compatible files first, then you can transfer them. Here, there is an easier and simpler way to transfer Limewire music to iPod. That is to use Music Transfer Software. It can directly convert the Limewire music formats which can't be played on iPod like WAV, WMA, OGG, etc. to the iPod compatible formats first and then transfer them to iPod. The specific steps are as follows:

Step 1 Download Music Transfer Tool from the official website and run it on your computer.

Step 2 Connect your iPod touch you want to transfer Limewire music to with your computer via USB cable.

Step 3 Click Media - Music - Add. And load the Limewire songs on the computer which you want to transfer to iPod.

Add music files to iPod

Until now, you have put your Limewire music to iPod and you can listen to Limewire songs on your iPod.

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June 14, 2018 15:54 / Updated by to iPhone Troubleshooting