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Clearing my ipod

Hi - i have got al sorts of stuff on my ipod due to over zealous rss feeds, and i want to clear it - is there a way to do so without having to clear one by one?
thank you!

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Re: clearing my ipod

Hello Cous

first things first

1) Install Itunes 7.5 then sync with the Ipod with the machine you install the i Tune
all is erase.
good luck

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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