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    Transferring songs from laptop using Windows Ultimate to iPad 2

    I want to transfer some of the songs stored in my PC running Windows Ultimate to my iPad 2. Is it possible to sync the songs?

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    arunwillbe1 Array
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    Re: Transferring songs from laptop using Windows Ultimate to iPad 2

    Yes ,we can transfer the songs from laptop --------->( to ) ipad 2.

    -------> Download the iPad transfer apps in your laptop and install it like other software.

    1. Connect the ipad2 to laptop ( through USB cable or BLUETOOTH .
    2. Open the iPad transfer app.
    3. Select the transfer and select which songs you want to transfer.
    4. Press conform button to transfer.

    That's it.....

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    Re: Transferring songs from laptop using Windows Ultimate to iPad 2

    There are some windows apps come for it that that make a easy transfer of
    data from Windows to ipad. There are many app that make it easy. i-Funbox
    is the best among all. You can also do this by using itune on windows.

    But best way that i always use is attachment. And it work everywhere.
    For using this way
    1. In Mail, open the e-mail message from yourself and tap the attached file, typically at the bottom of the
    message. In most cases, Mail opens the file in a viewer. In the top-right corner of the screen, you’ll see
    a small icon of an arrow pointing out of a rectangle. Tap that icon.
    2. If the icon (with its title bar) disappears before you can tap it, tap the screen and the icon will reappear.
    3. When you tap that icon, a menu comes up, offering programs that iOS thinks appropriate for that file.
    You may get more than one. You may also get a default app plus an Open in … option that will list
    other apps.
    4. Pick an app, and the file loads into it. Remember that the app is saving a new copy of the file within its
    own library, where you can open it again or delete it. Depending on the app, you may also be able to
    copy the file to another app or e-mail it.

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    Sumit06101987 Array
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    Re: Transferring songs from laptop using Windows Ultimate to iPad 2

    yes it is possible to do this

    just go ahead and download some application for this things

    you can do it by connecting via usb cable

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    Re: Transferring songs from laptop using Windows Ultimate to iPad 2

    Hi

    In order to transfer song from laptop to the ipad you will have to download a software called iTunes in your laptop and install it.

    After that connect your iPad to the laptop with the help of a data cable provided with the iPad.

    Now open the iTunes which is used to transfer the song from laptop to iPad.

    Now select a song which you want to transfer by browsing it through different folders and then click on sync button .

    Your song will get transfer.

    Regards!!!

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    Re: Transferring songs from laptop using Windows Ultimate to iPad 2

    Connect the ipad2 to laptop ( through USB cable or BLUETOOTH .
    2. Open the iPad transfer app.
    3. Select the transfer and select which songs you want to transfer.
    4. Press conform button to transfer.

    That's it.....

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