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Generally speaking, you'll clean up your iPod with iTunes to erase unwanted songs and add new songs. You have two ways to delete music from iPod with iTunes, and they can be helpful when you want to get rid of the unwanted songs. iTunes provides automatic and manual methods to help you manage the songs in your device. When you are using the automatic way to manage iPod music, every time you connect iPod to computer with USB cable, your iPod will sync with iTunes Music library. If you have your iTunes Music library organized, you can delete unwanted music from iPod with this easy method. If you want to manually edit your iPod music, you can check Prevent iPods, iPhones and iPads from syncing automatically in iTunes by clicking Edit > Preferences > Devices. Then you can manually sync the songs and playlists to your iPod with iTunes. How to Delete Music from iPod
<p>Your iPod can function as a jukebox all in the road, with
the numbers stored in that you select and manage. To control what the numbers
are stored on your iPod, use iTunes software to transfer music to the device.
This transfer process is called "sync" your iPod with your computer.
If your iPod is synced with iTunes, you can automatically tracks from your
music library, or add them manually, depending on the options to enable
synchronization. <br />
<p>How can I sync songs automatically? <br />
<p>1. Connect your iPod to your computer. <br />
<p>2. Open iTunes if it does not start automatically. <br />
<p>3. Click your iPod in the iTunes main window. <br />
<p>4. Click the "Music" tab. <br />
<p>5. Check the box next to "Sync Music." <br />
<p>6. Click "Entire Music Library" for all the songs
loaded into your iTunes music library on your device to synchronize. <br />
<p>7. Click on "Selected playlists, artists, albums and
genres" for some of the music content to sync with your device. Check the
boxes for each song or album you want to synchronize the lists that appear when
you click this option. <br />
<p>8. Click "Apply" to sync music with iPod. <br />
<p>Syncing manually Songs <br />
<p>1. Click your iPod in the main iTunes window, click the
"Summary" tab. <br />
<p>2. Check the box next to "Manually manage music and
videos" and click Apply. <br />
<p>3. Click the "Music" option in the
"Library" heading on the left side of the screen of iTunes. <br />
<p>4. Drag any number you want to sync to the iPod icon. <br />
Using iTunes' "Show Duplicate Items" feature, you can locate and manually remove duplicate songs on your iTunes music library. Once the library is cleaned, you need only sync iTunes with your iPod to remove duplicates from your device as well. This guide takes iTunes 12 to remove song duplicates.
In iTunes, click "View > Show Duplicate Items" in Music module;
Compare the listed song duplicates upon artist, album, date added, genre, play count, size, bit rate, and more to determine which item to keep and which item to remove;
Hold the "Ctrl" key and click each duplicate you wish to delete.
Connect your iPhone 6 to PC, click your iPhone from the device list, hit "Music" and select "Sync" to sync your library using your existing sync settings.
1. Pull out your CDs and start downloading. CDs can be used to download your favorite music from the past. You can search the titles on the back of the CD cover and choose the track numbers you want added to your iPod. Simply attach your iPod to your computer, wait until the iTunes program has appeared and add the music to your library and play list. 2. Use the iTunes store. The great thing about the iTunes store is that it is easily accessible. You can search by artist name, song title or album. The prices appear right next to the song 3. Find a user-friendly music download program. You can either buy a program and install from the Internet or upload a program from a disc. 4. Use your email. Email is much more than just a way to talk online. If your friend has a few songs that you do not have, tell them to email it to you. You can download the music from your email account. Save the songs on your desktop or in a file folder and click and drag the music into iTunes. You will only have to wait a short time for the conversion process! 5. Transfer iTunes libraries from another iPod. If your iPod is fairly new and you don?t have any great music, simply borrow your friend?s music by plugging in your iPod to their iTunes library. A pop up window will appear, asking if you want to use the current library. Simply agree to use the iTunes library and you will have all of their music in a matter of minutes.
You need to check the information on your computer.
Right click on the songs that are not showing up under artist and look at the info for them. If they don't have an artist listed, they will not show up on your ipod in the artist tab. You can add the artist name and then sync your ipod and it will update your music information for you.
go through your itunes and select her songs... next to title and album
and time on itunes you should see artist, if its not there right click
on the title bar and select artist, if it is there select all songs
right click and edit info, then just retype MIA in artist...
it was either not there or not reading correctly
or this: http://www.cnet.com/4520-7899_1-6477981-1.html