No. You need to connect it to a computer. To do that find a computer with iTunes 10.6 amd an internet connection and:
- Transfer iTunes purchases by:
- Transfer other music by using a third-party program like one of those discussed here:
- If yu have synced photos and some other items you will need a paid program like TouchCopy or PhoneView. They also do music.
- Connect the iPod to the computer and make a backyp by right clicking on the iPod uder Devices in iTunes and select Backup
- Then restore the iPod from that backup. The iOS will also be updated to iOS 5.1.
You can redownload most iTunes purcbases by:
If you update using a Mac or PC you don't normally sync with, only the content that is stored in the backup will be restored back to the device. Review what is stored in a backup before updating. To preserve iTunes media (such as music, videos, and photos) apply the update using the computer with which you normally sync. Otherwise, you will need to sync with the machine you normally use to recover this media.