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I can't get my ipod to continuously play music. i

I can't get my ipod to continuously play music. i have to keep going backwards to pick new song

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Hi,

You have multiple options to fix this problem.

1) Reinstall ipod firmware.

2) Update your ipod.

3) Restore you ipod will fix your problem.

4) Delete all songs from library & add again & sync them with ipod.

Thanks.
(if given information is helpful for you, please leave positive feedback for me).

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