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Ipod - one at a time?

Can the ipod nano be made to play one song at a time and either pause or stop at the end?

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Absolutely!

Simply go into the "Settings" from the main menu and go into repeat. When the selection bar is over repeat, simply click the "Select" button to make it go to "Song". This will let that song repeat.

Sorry if this is wrong, but this works on my Video iPod and I don't believe that there is a difference between their settings.

Unfortunately I don't think there is a way to have it stop after the song unless it is the only song in the album. If this is the case, setting the repeat setting to "Off" will make the iPod play only that song by navigating to that album and selecting the only song there. NOTE THAT THIS DOES WORK!

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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