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I plugged it to my computer and when it connected I pressed and held the m button for about 10 seconds and then i unplugged it from the computer and turned it on and now it dont freeze on my 3rd song! I had 20 songs on there but i couldnt move from the 3rd song! I couldnt go back or forward to the next song before i tried this method! I hope this helps!!
Ok, click on purple iTunes app logo. Easiest way is to hit search at bottom centre left of screen and type in the name of album or artist. Then select the required album and it will then take you to a breakdown of songs on album. Click on any song title to sample the song (free 15secs of song to check if it is correct). Then click buy or click on any icon with price on it, the icon will turn green and ask "buy now" then click that and hold for a second. If you have an itunes account set up it will bill your account and download song to you library where you can search for it by name. If you dont have an iTunes account setup I can help you there too.
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.
I assume this is in a PC?
Simply right click each title whilst in the PC and click on 'Rename'
Or click file/save as/and give the file a name
This incidently will leave an un-named copy on the computer