How to recover iPod deleted Music files step by step?

iPod has been a revolutionary product which has been into the market since 2002 and still today it is referred as unmatched giant of digital music players.

iPOD is available in the market with many options such as iPod classic, iPod Nano, iPod mini, iPod shuffle and iPod touch. Except iPod classic and mini all other models uses flash memory, whereas iPod classic uses 1.8 in ribbon ATA6 Zif 40 Micro drive (Toshiba) and iPOD mini uses 1 in Micro Drive (Hitachi).

Which file system is supported by iPod?

iPOD classic is compatible with both Windows and MAC operating system, the device if for the first time when connected to a Windows machine formats the drive to FAT32 file system and if is connected to a Mac machine formats the drive to HFS+ file system. So, iPod supports both FAT32 and HFS+ file systems.

iPOD supports MP3 for audio and MP4 for video, and many other file formats. iPOD synchronization primarily is handled by iTunes only. This means if we have to transfer anything to our iPOD, we have to use iTunes to transfer data.

iPOD supports MP3, AAC/M4A, Protected AAC, AIFF, WAV, Audible audio book, and Apple Lossless audio file formats. The iPod photo introduced the ability to display JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, and PNG image file formats.

Is iPod susceptible to data loss?

Yes, iPod whether having a flash drive or micro drive it can fall victim to human error, software malfunction and virus attacks. Most common form of data loss to iPod is accidental deletion of files while synchronizing it using iTunes.

How to recover deleted files from iTunes?

Recovering deleted MP3, MP4, WAV, JPEG, BMP, GIF, TIFF and PNG file formats using Disk Doctors Digital Media recovery is extremely easy. iPod can be connected to the computer using the provided USB port and can be accessed like a normal removable drive.

Digital Media recovery can recover both music, video and photo files from iPOD, once the software is able to scan the drive completely it would display the list of found files categorized with respect to their extensions. User can preview and play the files before recovery, ensuring and testing the chances of recovery.