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download itunes, it has a easy user interface for adding and deleting songs. once you download the software it will sync with your device. then you can select your device from the lefthand side and delete music from that menu. www.itunes.com
iPod files are copy protected so you're not able to copy music from your iPod to someone else's iTunes library. But when it comes to delete files or mp3's from your iPod nano you just need to connect it to any iTunes library on a PC and choose the files from the list "highlighted" and press del or right click mouse command and delete. Just like deleting any document or file from the pc. It couldn't be any easier!
first to delete a song from your computer you must have itunes installed the software on your computer. connect your ipod to computer via usb cable. then it will and should automatically update it and do an update. After the update go to the songs on your itunes it updated and uncheck the songs you dont want on your library playlist. disconnect your ipod and close out of itunes. connect your ipod via usb cable back to your computer and open itunes if it doesnt automatically. then it will update the songs that were on it and not the unchecked ones you dont want deleting them. glad to be of service. thanks!
Below is a URL that you can copy and paste into your browser bar. It will take you directly to the iPod manual that will teach you every thing you need to know about syncing and deleting content on the iPod. :)
Connect iPod to computer.
Open up iTunes.
Click on the icon on the left sidebar of iTunes that says "iPod Nano".
Click on the Music tab.
You will notice that at least one folder has been set to "Sync music" - the songs in these folders will be automatically loaded onto your iPod everytime you connect it to your computer. I would suggest separating the music folders that you use and the folders that your wife uses on your computer itself. Then, you can sync only the songs in your own personal folder.
Alternatively, you can disable the "Sync Music" option altogether by unchecking the box.
Whichever choice you make, you will now need to manually go in and delete the songs you don't want.
You can do this by clicking on the Music icon underneath the iPod Nano icon on the left sidebar of iTunes. Find a song you no longer want on your iPod, right-click the song, and select delete.