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First check u're mp3 player setting. See t repeat setting put it to play all. If not workin check if u mp3 player got virus or not. N check if u're song inside folder or not. Some mp3 player can't read file that keep inside folder. Good luck.
Mine is doing the same thing. So I looked it up. And it said to take out your iPod and unplug the ihome then take out the batteries from the ihome and leave it for an hour.. Then it will reset itself.. I just did it and it worked.. I also had to put in new batteries in the ihome
I'm sorry but no. the ihome is only for the 1st generation, so if you want to use it with your new ipod, you need to buy another one that supports second generation. this is a bummer, but its how they make their money.
Instead of deleting the songs you may need to format.
If you haven't tryed this follow these simple steps.
To format your device first click on "Start" then click on "My Computer" now look for your mp3 player, if it hasn't been change the names usually called "Removable Disk", once you've found that right-click on it then click on "Format".
Now you've formatted put songs on then try your mp3 player to see if the problems be fixed.