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Memory It's telling me that I don't have enough room to add additional songs, but I only have 47. How do I solve this?

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Delete the songs then go to www.restoremysongsonmyipod.com
and they give u like 1000 song space for your ipod and your old songs but you have to delete your songs so it can work

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