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Old 12-13-2010, 03:36 AM
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Default How to transfer files from PC to iPad with iJoysof

This tutorial will tell you how you can transfer movies and music between Apple iPad and your PC, duplicate iPad contents to iTunes, convert and transfer incompatible videos/audios/CD/DVD/ISO images/IFO folder to iPad, and share files among numerous devices with iJoysoft iPad Transfer Ultimate.

This guide consists of 6 components:
Part 1: Transfer supported media data files to Apple iPad
Part 2: Backup iPad files for your computer ipad to computer
Part 3: Copy iPad files to Apple iTunes library computer to ipad transfer
Part 4: Duplicate Dvd films to iPad/iTunes
Part 5: Convert and Transfer incompatible media files to iPad/iTunes
Part 6: Share files among several differernt devices
Very first, download, install and open up program, then connect your iPad to your PC, then the app recognizes it automatically and displays its device information on the first interface.
Tips: The program supports connecting Apple iPad, iPod, iPhone and iPod touch concurrently and sharing data files among them.
Part 1: Transfer supported media data files to Apple iPad
Step 1: Open up the library/playlist that you wish to transfer.
Step 2: Press the "Add File(s) to Device" drop-down key on the bottom, choose the "Add File(s) to List" choice, and select the data files you would like in the dialog that opens then import them for your Apple iPad, or select the "Add Folder to List" option to find the folder you want and transfer all of the files in the folder to the checklist.
Tips:
1. You are also able to right click on the library/playlist, and select "Add File(s) to List" or even "Include Folder to List" choice to transfer the files you want to add.
2. If you have connected several devices and would like to exchange the files to them concurrently, then first click "Video/Audio" node in the left tree and load the data files you need to the checklist, then examine the files you want to import and simply click the actual "Export Checked Files to Device" button, after that the "Select Copy Destination" dialog is going to pop up to ask you to select the target devices you want to backup to. Check the devices you would like, and click on "OK" to start importing your data files to your examined devices concurrently.
Part 2: Backup iPad files for your computer
Step 1: Open up a library/playlist, and also check out the files you need to move.
Step 2: Click "Export Checked Data files to Local Folder" drop-down button, next choose "Export to Local" option, then select the folder for saving the checked files in the dialog that opens to start transferring.
Tips: You can also right click the checked files, and select "Export to Local" selection to start transferring the files to the folder you want.
Part 3: Backup ipad files to itunes library
Step 1: Open up a library/playlist, and check the files you want to transfer.
Step 2: Click "Export Checked Files to iTunes" press button, then iTunes starts and the program begins exporting the files to iTunes.
Tips: You may also right click the checked files, and choose "Export to iTunes" choice to begin exporting the files to the folder you would like.
Part 4: Duplicate Dvd films to iPad/iTunes
Step 1: Place a DVD movie disc you would like to backup.
Step 2: Select the DVD/CD node in the left munu, and click "Open DVD" drop-down button on the bottom, after that choose the inserted DVD disc from the drop-down checklist, or select a DVD file, ISO file or IFO file on your local disk, and then load them into the list.
Tips: You can also right click the DVD/CD node in the left tree, click on "Open DVD" as well as choose the inserted DVD disc, or click "Open DVD > Other Folder" to select a DVD folder, or click "Open ISO Files..." or "Open IFO Files..." to load the ISO or IFO files you want to import.
Step 3: Find the files you are looking for transfering, and press "Export Checked Files to Device" or "Export Checked Files to iTunes" button to backup them to your iPad/iPhone or iTunes library.
Tips:1. In case you have connected several devices, and then after you click the "Export Checked Files to Device" button, the "Select Copy Destination" dialog should pop up to ask you to pick the target devices you want to backup files to. Find the actual devices you want, and click "OK" to start up copying these files to your checked devices concurrently.
2. In the event that you didn't connect any device, then after you click the "Export Checked Files to Device" button, the app will prompt you that no device is connected. Click "Yes" to keep on ripping DVD movie and save the converted media data files in the Video/Audio node for later operation, and click "No" to cancel importing DVD movie.
Part 5: Convert and Transfer incompatible media files to iPad/iTunes
Step 1: Press the Video/Audio node in the left menu.
Step 2: Click the "Add File(s) to Device" drop-down button on the bottom, select the "Add File(s) to List..." option, and select the files you really want in the dialog that opens to insert them to the list. Or even choose the "Add Folder to List..." selection to find the folder you want and transfer all the files in the folder to the list.
Tips: You may also right click the Video/Audio node, and select "Add File(s) to List..." or "Add Folder to List..." choice to add the files you want.
Step 3: Find the actual data files you are looking for in the list, and click "Export Checked Files to Device" or "Export Checked Files to iTunes" switch to backup the data files into your own iPad/iPhone or iTunes library.
Tips:1. In case you have connected multiple devices, then first click on "Video/Audio" node and insert the files you want to the list, then examine the files you want to import and simply click the "Export Checked Files to Device" button, after that the "Select Copy Destination" dialog will pop up to ask you to pick the targeted devices you want to backup to. Check the devices you want, and click "OK" to begin importing all these files to your checked devices together.
2. If you didn't link any device, then the app will prompt you that not any device is linked. Click "Yes" to keep on converting the files and save the converted media files in the node for later operation, and click "No" to cancel adding the files.
Part 6: Share files among several differernt devices
Step 1: In the left menu list, open a library/playlist in one of the connected devices, and then check the files you want to copy
Step 2: Click "Export Checked Files to Local Folder" drop-down button, then choose "Export to Other Device(s)..." option to start exporting the files. Or you can right click the checked files and choose "Export to Other Device(s)..." option to start transferring the files to other devices.
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