Synching Your iPad to iTunes

Synching Your iPad to iTunes

Connect your iPad to a computer running iTunes (upgrade to the newest version) 

Name your iPad and select your sync settings 

Name Your iPad

Managing your iPad with iTunes

Managing your iPad with iTunes

Functions of the different tabs in iTunes:

  • Summary:
    • Check for updates 
    • Restore your iPad to factory settings 
    • Backup your iPad to iCloud
    • Change the way that your iPad syncs with iTunes
  • Info: 
    • Choose what contacts are synced and where they are synced from 
    • Choose what calendars are synced and where they are synced from 
    • Choose what email accounts are synced and where they are synced from 
    • Choose to replace contacts, calendars, and email accounts from the information on your computer.
  • Apps: 
    • Choose to sync apps from iTunes to your iPad and vice versa
    • Change the order that apps are displayed on the home screen
  • Ringtones: 
    • Choose what ringtones that you would like to sync to your iPad (ringtones can be purchased through iTunes)
  • Music: 
    • Choose what music you would like synced on to your iPad
    • You can choose to have your whole iTunes music library synced, or just specific songs, artists, albums, or genres
    • Choose to sync music videos and Voice Memos (voice memos are taken using the iPad)

Example of choosing only some music, not the whole iTunes library 

Selecting Music

  • Movies & TV Shows: 
    • Choose to sync movies and TV Shows with iTunes
  • Podcasts: 
    • Choose what Podcasts to sync to your iPad. You can choose a variety of options including only syncing Podcasts that you haven’t listened to.
  • Books: 
    • Choose what books, Audio books, or PDF files that you would like to sync with your iPad 
      Example of choosing only some books to sync, not the whole iTunes library
      Selecting Books
  • Photos:
    • Choose what photos you would like to sync to the iPad
      Example of choosing only some photos to sync, not the whole photo library
      Selecting Photos


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