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For More Information On Apple iPad 2 Please Visit: http://www.gtips.net

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    • ==== ====For More Information On The Apple Ipad 2:http://www.gtips.net==== ====If you want to synchronize your Apple iPad 2 so you can put some music or videos from your PC,you are at right place. Read carefully and follow the instructions how to synchronize your AppleiPad 2 and PC.You have a couple ways to make the connection:USB cable. Use the cable that comes with your iPad to attach the USB connector to a free USBport on your Mac or Windows PC, and then attach the dock connector to the 30-pin connector porton the bottom of the iPad.Dock. If you shelled out the bucks for an optional iPad dock (a regular dock or a keyboard dock),first plug it in to a power outlet. Using your iPads cable, attach the USB connector to a free USBport on your Mac or Windows PC, and attach the dock connector to the 30-pin connector port onthe back of the dock. Now insert your Apple iPad into the docks cradle.Synchronizing Your iPad AutomaticallyDepending on the storage capacity of your iPad - 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB - you may be able totransfer all your computers iPad - friendly digital content onto the iPad hard drive. If that soundslike the way you want to go, then you can take advantage of the easiest of the iPad synchronizingscenarios, in which you dont have to pay any attention in the least: automatic synchronization.Because you know all the iPad - able content on your Mac or Windows PC is going to fit, all youhave to do is turn on your iPad 2 and connect it to your computer.iTunes opens automatically, connects to your Apple iPad 2, and begins synchronizing. And just foryour information, the USB port also begins charging your iPads battery.Note that you cant use your iPad while the synchronization is running. However, one of the iPadsnicest features is that you can interrupt synchronization. When the Sync in Progress screenappears, you see the Slide to Cancel slider at the bottom of the screen. If you ever need to bail outof the synchronization to perform some other duty, drag the slider to the right. iTunes cancels thesynchronization so you can go about your business. When youre ready to restart thesynchronization, click the Sync button in iTunes.When the synchronization is done, you need to do two things:In iTunes, click the Eject icon beside your iPad in the Devices list.
    • Remove the dock connector from the iPads 30-pin connector port.Bypassing the automatic synchronizationSometimes, you may want to connect your iPad to your computer, but you dont want it tosynchronization automatically. For example, you may want to connect your iPad to your computerjust to charge it. Or perhaps you just want to use iTunes to check how much free space is left onyour iPad 2 or to check for updates to the iPad software.Whatever the reason, you can tell iTunes to hold off the synchronizing this time only by using oneof the following techniques:Mac. Connect the iPad to the Mac, and then quickly press and hold the Option and Mac keysWindows. Connect the iPad to the Windows PC, and then quickly press and hold the Control andShift keys.When you see that iTunes has added your iPad to the Devices list, you can release the keys.Note, however, that you dont need to use iTunes to see how much free space is left on your iPad.On the Home screen, tap Settings, tap General, and then tap About. In the About screen thatslides in, the Available value tells you how many gigabytes (or megabytes) of free space you haveto play with.Troubleshooting automatic synchronizationSo, you connect your iPad to your computer and then nothing. If iTunes isnt already running, itrefuses to wake up from its. Whats up with that?A couple things could be the problem. First, connect your iPad 2, switch to iTunes on yourcomputer, and then click your iPad 2 in the Devices list. On the Summary tab, make sure theOpen iTunes when this iPad is connected check box is selected.If that check box was already selected, you need to delve a bit deeper to solve the mystery. Followthese steps:Open the iTunes preferences:Mac. Choose iTunes > PreferencesWindows. Choose Edit > PreferencesClick the Devices tab.Deselect the Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from Syncing Automatically check box.Click OK to put the new setting into effect and enable automatic syncing again.Syncing Your iPad Manually When you first connected your iPad to iTunes, the brief setup routineincluded a screen that asked if you wanted to automatically synchronize certain content, such as
    • music and photos. If you activated a check box for a particular type of content, iTunes configurethe iPad to synchronize all of that content.One fine day, youll be minding your own business and performing what you believe to be aroutine synchronization operation when a dialog box pops up telling you iPad 2 is out of hard diskspace. You can handle this in a couple of ways:Remove some of the content from your computer. This is a good way to go if your iPad 2 is reallyclose to having enough space. For example, the dialog says your computer wants to send 100MBof data, but your Apple iPad 2 has only 98MB of free space. Get rid of a few megabytes of stuff onyour computer, and youre back in the synchronization business.Synchronize your iPad manually. This means that you no longer synchronize everything on yourcomputer. Instead, you hand-pick which play-lists, podcasts, audio books, and so on are sent toyour iPad. Its a bit more work, but its the way to go if theres a big difference between the amountof content on your computer and the amount of space left on your iPad.Synchronizing manually means that you handle the synchronization yourself for the variouscontent types: contacts, calendars, e-mail, bookmarks, music, podcasts, audio books, e-Books,photos, videos, and apps. You do this using the other tabs in the iPad window: Info, Music,Photos, and so on.Removing data from your iPad 2 and replacing it with fresh infoAfter you know what youre doing, synchronizing contacts, calendars, e-mail accounts, andbookmarks to your iPad 2 is a relatively bulletproof procedure that should happen without a hitcheach time. Of course, this is technology youre dealing with here, so hitches do happen every nowand then, and as a result you might end up with corrupt or repeated information on your iPad.Or perhaps youve been synchronizing your iPad with a couple of different computers, and youdecide to cut one of the computers out of the loop and revert to just a single machine for all yoursynchronization.In both these scenarios, you need to replace the existing information on your Apple iPad 2 with afreshly baked batch of data. Fortunately, iTunes has a feature that lets you do exactly that. Hereshow it works:Connect your iPad to your computer.In the iTunes Devices list, click the iPad.Click the Info tab.Select the Sync check boxes for each type of information you want to work with (contacts,calendars, e-mail accounts, bookmarks, or notes).In the Advanced section, select the check box beside each type of information you want toreplace.Click Apply. iTunes replaces the selected information on your iPad.
    • Milos Bundalo works in IT company as VMware and Microsoft System Architect. He owns awebsite: http://www.webestigate.com, which is based mainly on Android and APPLE products.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Milos_Duska_Bundalo==== ====For More Information On The Apple Ipad 2:http://www.gtips.net==== ====