Question about Apple iPod nano 3rd Generation
I use it only for audiobooks. was working fine as recently as this morning. bought another book, tried to sync. not only did all the audiobooks vanish from the ipod (but not my itunes library) but the very category 'audiobooks' was somehow erased from the menu. strangely, the few podcasts i had downloaded long ago are still availabel on the ipod. also, the cpmputer does seem to recognize the connection to the ipod and provide the opportunity to 'sync'. many thanks inadvnce for your help
The easiest solution would be to plug in your ipod and click on your ipod in your itunes library. By doing so you should be on your contents tab. Click on the settings tab and then click on restore. This should add restore all your defaults on your ipod. Before you do all this; make sure you back up your podcast if you don't currently have them in your itunes library. If this was helpful to you in anyway please leave a comment and a good rate. Thank you!
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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