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Uncheck the songs you don't want on your ipod. When you sync it, they wont be on there. Or, you can right click and delete them. Then sync your ipod.

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Click the ipods name in itunes, then right click on the songs you want to remove, and then click delete.

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How do you delete songs on an apple ipod model A1320


When you connect iPod nano to computer with USB cable, iTunes will launch automatically and recognize your iPod. You can create a new playlist which contains only the music you need, and then sync it to your iPod. By doing this, you can remove the unwanted music from iPod. delete-songs-apple-ipod-model-a1320-oxaxc0rwhkhzilrwacqreyis-4-0.jpg
  1. Click the iPod nano icon at the upper left corner.
  2. Choose Music in the left sidebar.
  3. Check Sync Music choose Selected playlists, artists, albums and genres.
  4. Select the playlist which only contains the songs you need. Then click Sync.
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I have a nano ipod I was at one time to fit over 700 songs on it now I can only have 300 songs can you please help me out thanks


If you have added any videos or photos to the ipod that you do not need, remove them. These will take up space that is used by music to get you a higher song count.
If you haven't put any new photos or videos check to make sure your songs seem to be normal length and quality. You may have had 700 songs that were 3 minutes long in the past, but if you have 80 songs that are 30 minutes long those would be the same as having 240 songs.

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How to delete songs once they are on the ipod???


With itunes open and your nano connected right click where it is listed under "devices" at the left of the screen. This will open a window for the nano. At the top there will be some tabs to access different aspects of the nano. Click the "summary" tab. The third section from the top there will be "Options". Make sure the box for "Sync only checked songs and videos" is checked. Once it is, eject the nano then go back to your library and uncheck the boxes to the left of any song you don't want on your nano . Once you are done connect the nano and it will remove the songs you have unchecked from it. This wont affect the contents of your library.

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How do i delete songs from my ipod nano


To remove songs from a playlist on the iPod nano, you typically have to have it docked and connected to your computer.

To remove a song, video, or other item from iPod nano:
  1. In iTunes, select iPod nano in the source list.
  2. Select a song or other item on iPod nano and press the Delete or Backspace key on your keyboard.

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Remove songs from nano


Easiest way to control the song database on your nano ipod is to plug it into your computer and us the itunes program, or if you don't like itunes then winamp has a plugin for the ipod as well.

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

Sep 28, 2005 | Apple iPod nano

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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How can I add lyrics to iPod nano?


"iTunes 5: Adding lyrics to songs for iPod nano If you like to sing along with your tunes, iPod nano can display song lyrics right on its screen. Here's how to add lyrics to and view them on iPod nano. Entering lyrics In iTunes 5, select a favorite song. From the File menu, choose Get Info. Click Lyrics, then enter the words to the song in the text box. Click OK when finished. Copy the song to iPod nano. Viewing lyrics If you've entered song lyrics, you can view them at any time in iTunes 5. Just select the song, Get Info for the song, and then click Lyrics. If you want to view them on iPod nano, do this: On iPod nano, start playing any song to which you've added lyrics. Press the Center button repeatedly. The number of times depends on if you have artwork or not. Here's the order of things when you press the Center button: Play status > Scrubber > Album Art > Lyrics/Description > Rating If you don't have Album Art or Lyrics, then you'll just see the Rating Play status > Scrubber > Rating Lyrics should display correctly in most languages. If they do not, try removing any special characters in the Lyrics pane in iTunes, copy the song back to iPod nano, and try again. Note: Some types of files such as WAV and QuickTime files don't support lyrics, though you can convert WAV and QuickTime files into a format that would allow you to add lyrics such as AAC or MP3. "

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