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iPodpedia: The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource by Michael Miller

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Chapter 15Using Your iPod as a Portable Storage Device

Your iPod is built around either a small hard disk drive or Flash memory—the same sorts of storage media used by your computer and other devices to store digital data. Why, then, can’t you use your iPod to store computer data?

Well, you can. That’s right, your iPod can be used as a portable storage device, much like a USB Flash drive or external hard disk drive. All you have to do is configure it for this type of use or install third-party software to do this management for you. Then you can move and copy any type of file to and from your iPod—which is great for taking data on the go.

Configuring and Using Your iPod for Data Storage

Yes, your iPod has a lot of storage space inside that sleek ...

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