User's Guide Summary

The manual was written in by Apple. The language is listed as follows: User's Guide English. The manual is applied to the following one product model as follows: iPod. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of ipod_click_wheel_userguide.pdf has 64 pages with the file size of 1.4Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

User's Guide Information

Category: Digital Media Player
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 1.4Mb / 64 pages

PDF File Information

Title: iPod (Click Wheel) User's Guide (Manual)
Subject: 019-0245
Keywords: kmanual kipod kipod4
Author: Apple Product Documentation
Creator: FrameMaker 6.0
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 4.05 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Wed Jun 30 16:59:45 2004
ModDate: Mon Mar 14 17:21:38 2005
Tagged: no
Pages: 64
Encrypted: no
Page size: 354 x 355 pts
File size: 1444945 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.5

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • User’s Guide

  • Contents

  • Quick Start

    • Learning to Use iPod
    • iPod Features
    • What You Need to Get Started
    • Setting Up iPod to Play Music
      • To Learn More
  • Using iPod

    • Using iPod Controls
      • Disabling iPod Buttons Using the Hold Switch
      • Making Playlists on iPod
      • Rating Songs
    • Connecting and Disconnecting iPod
      • Disconnecting iPod
      • Connecting iPod Using the iPod Dock (Included With Some Models)
    • Organizing and Transferring Your Music
      • About iTunes
      • About the iTunes Music Store
      • Audio File Formats Supported by iPod
      • About Playlists
      • About Smart Playlists
      • Creating Playlists on Your Computer
      • Transferring Songs and Playlists to iPod Automatically
      • Transferring Songs and Playlists to iPod Manually
      • Deleting Songs and Playlists From iPod Manually
      • Modifying Playlists on iPod Manually
      • Listening to Spoken Word Audio
      • Setting the Reading Speed
      • Seeing How Many Songs Are on iPod
    • Adjusting iPod Settings
      • Setting iPod to Shuffle Songs
      • Setting iPod to Repeat Songs
      • Setting the Click Wheel Sound
      • Setting Songs to Play at the Same Relative Volume Level
      • Using the iPod Equalizer
      • Setting the Backlight Timer
      • Adding or Removing Items From the Main Menu
      • Setting and Viewing Date and Time
      • Setting the Language
    • Using the Extra Features of Your iPod
      • Using iPod as an External Hard Disk
      • Preventing iTunes From Opening Automatically
      • Setting the Sleep Timer
      • Setting the Alarm
      • Importing Addresses, Phone Numbers, Calendar Events, and To-Do Lists
      • Storing and Reading Notes and Other Information
      • Recording Voice Memos
      • Storing Digital Photos
      • Playing Games
    • Charging the iPod Battery
      • Battery States
    • iPod Accessories
      • iPod Remote (Available Separately)
      • Apple Earphones
      • Available Accessories
  • Tips and Troubleshooting

    • Resetting iPod
    • If Your iPod Won’t Turn On or Respond
    • If You Want to Disconnect iPod, but the Screen Says “Do Not Disconnect”
    • If Your iPod Isn’t Playing Music
    • If You Connect iPod to Your Computer and Nothing Happens
    • If You Connect iPod to a USB Port and It Doesn’t Work Correctly
    • If the Screen is Too Light or Too Dark
    • If You Accidentally Set iPod to Use a Language You Don’t Understand
    • If Your iPod Remote Isn’t Working
    • If You Want to Use Your iPod with a Mac and a Windows PC
    • iPod Software Update and Restore
  • Learning More, Service, and Support

    • iPod Tutorial
    • Onscreen Help
    • Online Resources
    • Obtaining Warranty Service
    • Finding the Serial Number of Your iPod
  • Safety and Cleaning

    • Important Safety Instructions
    • Avoid Hearing Damage
    • Do Not Use While Driving
    • Connectors and Ports
    • Battery
    • Using the Power Adapter
    • About Operating and Storage Temperatures
    • Avoid Wet Locations
    • Do Not Make Repairs Yourself
    • Cleaning
    • About Handling
  • Communications Regulation Information