Question about Apple iPod nano 2nd Generation MP3 Player
1. Connect your iPod to the computer. You cannot delete files from the iPod directly, and must use the iTunes interface to add and remove content from the iPod. Connect the device to the computer by plugging the long end of the sync cable (which came bundled with your iPod) into the data port of the iPod and then plugging the USB side into your computer.
2. Launch iTunes. Once you have plugged in your iPod, launch the iTunes program. You may need to wait a few moments while the program locates your iPod. You will know that your iPod has been located because a small icon that looks like your iPod will pop up on the left side of the iTunes program.
3. Click on your iPod to show the Device menu and then scroll over to the center pane where the music is. Find the song(s) you wish to delete. Left-click on the song (or album) you want to delete and then right-click.
4. Select "Remove" from the submenu. A message will pop up asking if you only want to remove it from the iPod or whether you want to remove it from the iPod and iTunes. If you want to keep a copy of the file(s) on your computer, select the option that removes the file only from your iPod. Once the file has been removed, go back to the iPod menu and select "Sync" from the center pane. This will remove the song from your iPod.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Plug the ipod into your computer, then on iTunes click on your ipod's icon in the lefthand bar. All of your downloaded songs will show up. Simply select the song and press the delete key on your computer's keyboard.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Create a new playlist and do not add any songs to it. Sync this empty playlist ONLY to the iPod.
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Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: songs were erased and replaced
The source of your problem is actually simple to avoid in the future... ITunes music library and settings is based upon the currently logged in user on the computer.
If your sister logged into her login on the computer and then you plug in your IPOD ITunes will update your IPOD with the songs selected in your sisters library.
Just make certain that you are logged into your login on the computer prior to connecting your IPOD.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
To erase songs and ect. on your ipod, pull up iTunes. Find the songs and ect. you don't want on your ipod. There should be a box next to it that is checked. Simply unckeck the box. If you never want to see the songs and ect. ever again on your ipod or on iTunes, just right click on the song and ect. and press delete. Then once you plug your ipod up to the computer and sync it, they won't be on your ipod.
I hope this was helpful. Please rate this solution.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Connect the iPod to the computer.
Open up iTunes.
On the left side bar of iTunes, click on the music icon underneath the icon of the mp3 player (if it doesn't show up, you might have iTunes ver. 7 installed, and you would need to upgrade to ver. 8 to resolve).
Left-click a song you want to delete and then right-click the song once - select "Delete"
Repeat procedure with all songs you want to delete.
You may run into trouble later if auto-sync has been set up for a particular folder...rather than go into this lengthy explanation now, just let me know if the songs that you have just deleted re-appear after you recconect the iPod to the computer.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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