Retrieve 8GB iPod Nano

“I recently bought 8GB iPod Nano to listen my favorite tracks. It was working fine, but today it suddenly stopped responding when connected to Mac computer to update it with new songs. I really want those song files back from iPod Nano. Can anyone suggest me what to do with this iPod Nano and how to retrieve song files from it that is not accessible? Kindly help me!!! I will be thankful to you...”

iPod Nano is famous portable digital media player marketed by Apple Inc. This iPod Nano is the thinnest iPod , which is of about 5.4 mm thin same as the size of credit card. It is featured with 2.5 inch multi touch screen display which is two times larger than older one. Because of its wide screen, user can watch their favorite video files, picture, listen to thousands of songs, etc. Its design, compact size, portability and high storage capacity makes iPod Nano as beloved player for many people around the globe. And it also includes in-built Bluetooth technology, FM radio and advanced featured pedometer. By these outstanding features, user can have fun with this tiny portable media player. Though, there is one issue is common like other digital devices, that is data loss.

Reasons that could lead to data loss from 8GB iPod Nano:

  • Accidentally removing your 8GB iPod Nano while synchronizing files to Mac system will lead to severe data loss or make files inaccessible
  • Unintentionally erasing some of your media files from 8GB iPod Nano while performing some other task by mistake
  • If you use older version of iTunes app which is not compatible to your 8GB iPod Nano then you may receive an error message and lead to loss of data
  • Restoring your 8GB iPod Nano to its factory settings to overcome some issues like iPod freeze, corruption, formatting error, etc. would cause complete data loss from iPod Nano

In order to avoid scenarios mentioned above that cause deletion or loss of media files from 8GB iPod Nano, it is better to take back up of all files regularly. This helps to recover the files after loss. In case you lack back up and lost any files from iPod Nano then such media files can be restored easily using reliable recovery software.

iPod Nano 8GB recovery utility:

Yodot Mac Photo Recovery is best tool to get media files back from 8GB iPod Nano on Mac machine. This application has good scanning feature to restore all media files like images, videos, podcasts, audios, etc. that are stored in iPod Nano. Apart from iPod Nano, it also recovers media files from iPod Mini, iPod Classic, iPod Shuffle, MacBook, iMac, pen drive, portable hard drive, memory stick, memory card and so on. This tool provides user friendly interface for recovering deleted or lost media files on iPod Nano with few simple recovery procedures. It has ‘RAW Search’ option to locate particular files with unique signature to avoid full system scan. This application supports on recovering media files like music, videos and picture recovery from Mountain Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite OS based computers.

Steps to retrieve 8GB iPod Nano:

  • Connect 8GB iPod Nano to Mac computer via USB port
  • Download and install Yodot Mac Photo Recovery tool on healthy system and launch it
  • On main screen you will get two options i.e 'Deleted Photo Recovery' and 'Lost Photo Recovery'
  • In that select for required option to recover deleted or lost media files from iPod Nano
  • Choose the drive from where media files are lost
  • Utility now scans selected drive and shows recoverable files from it
  • Now select the file type or hit on 'Skip' option to select all files by default
  • Allow the software to scan selected drive
  • When scanning process ends, view retrieved files in 'Data View' or 'File Type View'
  • Preview listed media files in two view types and finally save them in desired destination location

Useful Tips:

  • Back up all media files on separate external hard drive
  • Always use proper ejection process while removing iPod Nano from Mac computers
  • After losing any files from iPod Nano, don't save new file on it

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