Question about Apple Audio Players & Recorders
On Mac or PC, it's the same... This is a preference setting in iTunes.
Open iTunes software, from the left top menu called iTunes, drop down to "preferences" then choose "devices" check off where it says "prevent ipods and iphones from syncing automatically"
The other spot to make sure you are controlling the music manually is;
Plug in sync cable, your ipod shows up on left column in iTunes, at the summary tab (default view) it shows a window on your screen that has three sections: ipod model, version and on the bottom it has "options" be sure to check off "manually manage music & videos." remember you can drag songs directly onto your ipod icon. (on a Mac anyway) Good luck.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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