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Lost music when down loaded by wi fi from itunes store using itouch

I have been reading about lost songs while using itouch, many of these posts are from March, has this been fixed ? as I down loaded an album over wi fi using my itouch from itunes store and at some point all the songs were erased from the itouch, I had not sycned the new songs onto my laptop so there was no back up and the only evidence I once had this album is my itunes purchase history.
If I am doing something wrong can someone please let me know how to fix the problem. it seems crazy that I can easily download songs direct to my itouch but keeping it on the itouch is another story.

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  • bc072 Jun 27, 2008

    i downloaded about 40 songs directly to my ipod from the wifi browser and they were all lost i was never asked to back them up to my laptop; it just deleted them when i pluggedit in anyhelp?

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Itouch always ask folder to store music when down loaded from wifi you should have clicked yes to over write.So old songs have been over writed . Always sycne before downloading new songs or choose new folder for it.

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