Question about Apple iPod shuffle MP3 Player
You can set iTunes to transfer a selection of songs from your entire music library or from a specific playlist. Connect the iPod shuffle to your computer and select it from the iTunes Source list. Select the source from which iTunes will transfer to the iPod. In the
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you connect the ipod nano to the computer, you can do one of two things: you can go to the ipod's main home page in itunes and go to the bottom where it will have four options listed. 1 of them should say manually manage files. Click on the check box next to it and it should ask you if you are sure and click yes. Then go into your music folder of your ipod and delete the songs you don't want on there. To add music, all you have to do is click and drag what you want onto the oped. The second way you could do it is to go into your library before connecting your nano to your computer and un-checking all of the boxes next to the music you do not want on your nano and then connect it to a computer and let it sync. The first way is easiest and less time consuming as you only have to do it once. Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
There should be a cable that was included that has a USB connector on one side, and what appears to be a headphone connector on the left side.
1. Connect the headphone-like connector into the headphone jack on the ipod shuffle.
2. Connect the USB connector on the other end of the cable into the computer.
3. Start iTunes (if iTunes does not start automatically)
4. Drag music from your iTunes library to the device that appears on the left side
Alternatively, you can change the settings on the iPod to automatically sync with your library, or with a specific playlist that you make. To do so:
(steps 1-3 remain the same)
4a. Select your device on the list to the left above your playlists but below your music/video/etc libraries
5a. Click the Music tab from the screen that appears when you select your device
6a. Check the box that says "Sync Music" and you may either leave at it this to automatically sync your ipod with your music library (what is in your music library will be on your ipod) OR check a box next to the playlist you want from the list that becomes available when you checkmark "Sync Music"
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Couple of things,
1. You need to choose a playlist to sync music with ur iPod. Make sure you selected a playlist with some songs in it. 2. Disconnect ur iPod, restart the PC and then try to sync
3. Try an upload from a different computer.
If none of these work, then you need to restore ur iPod using iTunes, check out apple's site to do it and then try it.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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