Question about Apple iPod nano
One way is to hook the ipod to your computer, go under My Computer and click the external hard drive device (which is your Ipod). Then open the folders and delete the unwanted songs. You can drag your songs into the folders from your computer hard drive. Walla!
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
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