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ITunes offers several ways to manage the media on your iPod
as smooth as possible. One way it does this is to automatically synchronize
music from your iPod with your library. The problem with this though, is that
you cannot remove songs from your iPod without removing them from your iTunes
library. If you run out of space, or get bored with the selection of songs on
your iPod, you can delete tracks from it by a small change in your
1. Connect your iPod to your computer using the supplied USB
cable. iTunes opens automatically. If not, open your PC "Start" menu.
2. Click the name of your iPod in "Devices" list
on the left side of iTunes to the iPod the summary screen.
3. Click the "Manually manage music and videos" box;
click "Apply" at the bottom of the screen.
4. Click the "Music" option in your iPod on the
left to the music on your iPod screen.
5. Right-click on the track you want to delete from your
iPod, and select Delete from the menu that appears.
6. Click the eject icon next to your iPod in the sidebar
when you are finished removing the tracks you want, and then you can control
your iPod from your PC.
Posted by Rakesh... on
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