Is It Possible to Download Images from iCloud to iPod touch?
Apple often surprises us a lot. We are attracted greatly by Apple products which can give us new and amazing experiences. And also, they work hard to release better products and service to us. So does iCloud. Adapted the thought of Apple that media files should not be limited by the medium, iCloud simplifies works of storage greatly. It makes it easy for us to store any files including videos, music, photos, calendars, contacts, documents, and more. You don't need to take storage device like moveable hard disk to the place you go if you want to download specific files to iOS device. In order to service customers better, there are 5GB free space for Apple users. If it is too smaller for you, you can feel free to purchase more space for yourself.
Then problems come up. Different questions about how to use iCloud have been taken into hot discussion. Questions like how to Transfer Apps from iPad to iPhone with iCloud, Sync Apps from iPad to iCloud and how to download images from iCloud to iPod touch are asked frequently. Considering that, this site will resolve all your puzzles about these kind of questions. As we have discussed the first two questions, this page will focus on the last one. If you are also troubled by this problem, just refer to it freely.
Tutorial: Get Pictures from iCloud to iTouch within 3 Steps
Before we start, we have you check whether we have got things below ready.
- iTunes above 10.3 or later
- iPod touch on iOS 5.0 or above
- WiFi or 3G connection
OK, let's enter into the detailed tutorial on how to accomplish this project.
Step 1. Plug iPod touch with Wi-Fi/3G network
Tap Settings from the iPod touch's Homescreen and press Network in the Settings screen. Then tap the WiFi button and slide the slider to "on". To connect to a public network, just tap the network name and you will complete connecting iPod touch to Wi-Fi.
Step 2. Go to Settings > Store of iPod touch to select the Photos you want automatically downloaded.
Step 3. The last step is to hit the cloud icon of the device to start downloading image files from iCloud to iPod touch.
Just for a litter while, you will find all your favorite photos of iCloud on your iPod touch. OK, you may go through the journey by yourself.
More about iCloud...
If you want to know how to set up iCloud on all your iDevices, just come to here.
First of all, make sure your device is running iOS 5.
To update to the latest version of iOS, just connect your device to your Mac or PC and follow the onscreen instructions in iTunes. If you're setting up a new iOS device, go to the Settings Menu, tap General, and tap Software Update to see if there's an update available.
Then turn on iCloud.
When you turn on a new iOS device or after you've completed the update to iOS 5, follow the instructions in the setup assistant to activate your device and set up iCloud.
At last, customize your settings.
Tap the Settings icon and select iCloud. Tap the On/Off switches to enable individual iCloud services. To enable iCloud Backup, tap Storage & Backup and turn on iCloud Backup.