How to Transfer Photos between iPod and iPhone 5S/5C/4S/3GS?
I have tried, unsuccessfully, to transfer photos from my 60GB iPod to my iPhone 5. Both units are connected to iTunes at the same time, without any problem. It seems I can't transfer photos back to the library. I didn't keep the photos I transfered, to my iPod, in my library, because of space issues. Can someone help me?
Apple iPhone and iPod provide us with a convenient way to take photos on the go. You can capture still-frames of beautiful moments with the two small gadgets instead of bring along a big heavy camera bag. And you can store your personal and precious photos on your iPhone and iPod as well. But have you ever thought about realizing the photos sharing among the two devices? You may appreciate the wonderful photos on your friend’s iPod, so you are eager to get them to your iPhone. Or you have all photos on your iPhone lost but fortunately you kept them all on your iPod so you desire to import these photos to your iPhone from iPod. The question arises, is there any way to share photos between Apple iPhone and iPod easily and quickly?
Indeed, you can transfer photos and other files between any two iOS devices by syncing with iTunes. However, anyone who has ever tried iTunes, just like the quizzer above, would know that it is really complicated and time-consuming to use this unamiable application. If you are still looking for ways to transfer photos from iPhone to iPod, or from iPod to iPhone, without using iTunes, you are a lucky man. Here in this article, we are going to recommend you with iPubsoft iPad/iPhone/iPod to Computer Transfer or iPubsoft iPad/iPhone/iPod to Mac Transfer, which is the combination of an iPod transfer, iPhone transfer and iPad transfer, helping you to transfer photos, music, videos and more from iPod to iPhone, iPhone to iPod and so on without losing original quality.
Download the free trial version of the program and follow the simple guide below to start the transferring process.
Guide: How to Beam Photos between iPod and iPhone without iTunes?
iPubsoft iPad iPhone iPod Transfer tool is specially designed to transfer data from iDevice to iDevice and from iDevice to computer. With the help of the safe and risk-free tool, you can effortlessly transfer photos between iPod and iPhone.
We set Windows version as an example in the below. If you are a Mac user, you can download the Mac version and follow the same guide as well.
Step 1. Connect your iPod/iPhone to PC and run program
To begin with, install and launch the transfer tool on your computer, connect your iPod or iPhone, from which you want to export photos, to the computer via Apple provided USB cable. Once the connection is successful, the transfer tool will automatically detect your iPod or iPhone and the primary window pops up on your computer screen like below.
If the detection is failed, you can click the button of "Refresh" or re-connect your iPhone or iPod to try it again. The program supports all iPhone and iPod models, including iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS and iPod touch, iPod touch 4/5, iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano 3/4/5/6, and iPod Classic.
Step 2. Select the photos you want to transfer
You will see all the iPhone or iPod contents displayed in the left panel. Choose "Photos" category from the files library and preview the contained files in the right window. Mark the photos you want to transfer and then go to the top menu to click icon.
Then, there will be a pop-up window asking you to choose an output folder for saving the exported photos. Just choose to export them to your computer local folder instantly. And you can click "Advanced" menu to change the location.
Step 3. Start to sync exported photos to target iPod or iPhone
Eject the source device from the PC when the transfer finishes. Now, all the exported photos are saved in the output folder you specified above. Connect your target iPod or iPhone, to where you want to export the photos, to the computer and sync these photos to the target device with iTunes.
Well, that is the whole process about how to transfer photos between iPod and iPhone. Pretty easy, isn't it?