how do I sync apps from my personal PC to my iPod touch without erasing apps on iPod?
plant3auditor 1 year ago
Somebody please help me! I have a company issued iPod touch and I want to put my music and a couple of apps from the iTunes on my personal PC to my ipod touch without erasing the very important custom company apps that are on it right now. I have no idea what to do, I need the company apps and I would really love to be able to put a few of my own too. My company has an iTunes account on the ipod but I don't have the password so I can't download any apps from the app store. My company issues ipod touch will be replaced in a couple of weeks with an ipad so I will definitely want some apps on that too! Any advice will be much appreciated!
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