Songs on your iPod Classic can be lost in different scenarios, such as your deletion, device formatting, virus infection or system error. You must be very frustrated when facing this issue. But you don’t need to be too worried about it. They’re just marked as inaccessible data by your iPod Classic. You can possibly recover songs from iPod Classic if lost songs haven’t been overwritten by new data on iPod Classic.
If you really want to recover deleted songs from iPod Classic, you need to stop using your iPod Classic as soon as songs are lost. Then you can look for a reliable iPod Classic recovery program in the Internet. Recoverit Data Recovery is the best one for you. It’s able to recover deleted, formatted or corrupted songs from your iPod Classic in 4 simple steps. Besides, if you want to recover photos, videos or other files from iPod Classic, this program works too.
The program is totally compatible with both Windows PC and Mac. I’ll perform iPod Classic music recovery with Windows version. Looking for a Mac iPod recovery solution? Check out this page: Guide to Mac iPod Data Recovery.
Launch Recoverit data recovery software. And then you need to select the "External Devices Recovery" mode to recover music from iPod Classic.
After selecting recovery mode, the tool will detect and show partitions/drives on your computer. Select your iPod Classic and click "Start" button to begin scanning for lost songs on it.
Once you click on "Start" button, it will begin to scan your device. After a few seconds, you will see the scan result. If not, please turn to do a deep scan with "All-Around Recovery" mode to find more files.
As soon as the scanning finishes, different types of files on your iPod Classic will be displayed. You can preview the recoverable songs and click "Recover" to get them back.
Following the above steps exactly, your songs from iPod Classic should have been recovered. Easy, right? That's why we recommend Recoverit Data Recovery to all of you for deleted music recovery. Now, let's have a try?
Due to macOS High Sierra (macOS 10.13) requirement, Mac users are not allowed an access to the built-in system drive from any apps. Therefore, if you need to restore lost data from the system disk under macOS 10.13, please "disable System Integrity Protection" first.
How to disable "System Integrity protection"? Please follow the steps below.
Step 1Reboot the Mac. On hearing the startup chime, hold down "Command + R" keys simultaneously to boot OS X into Recovery Mode.
Step 2When the "OS X Utilities" screen appears, pull down the "Utilities" menu at the top of the screen instead, and choose "Terminal".
Step 3In the "Terminal" window, type in "csrutil disable" and press "Enter" then restrart your Mac.