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I can't delete songs off my iTouch without restoring.

I go on itune click music ( under my ipod icon ) and the songs are in gray and everytime i right click them it only gives a small variety of options none of which are to delete the actual song )

Every time i want to delete a song , im forced to restore the whole thing.

I also can't add a song individually because everytime i drag the song to the ipod icon on the left it dosnt work

I have to add them to my library and sync them as a whole

Help , Advice?

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Ok what u have to do is this,

find the songs u dont want anymore and uncheck them in itunes and find the songs u want to add and check them, now go to itunes settings and change the syncing options to sync only checked items and then sync the ipod and the stuff u want gone will be gone a the stuff u want there will be there. :)

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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