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I need help deleting music - Apple iPod nano

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  • Valerie125 Jun 14, 2008

    please can someone help me i want to know how to delete everything from my device, but still keep the songs downloaded on to widows media player.i just want the WHOLE thing cleared and re down load. all my songs multiplied 4 times... i went ffrom 200 songs to 579!! and most of them say bad track! please please help me!

  • jjjjfff Aug 13, 2008

    i want my music device cleared. i have 307 songs and i want them all deleted!

  • srae9315 Sep 24, 2008

    i tried to delete the music off my e280 but when i go to delete it from the computer it wont let me into the music files, it will only let me into the video and recordings files...WUT DO I DO????????

  • Kelly
    Kelly Nov 04, 2008

    my lent my bf my insignia mp3 and it came back with all this other junk on it, duplicate songs etc- he says he didn't do it so maybe whatever computer he used did an automatic sync or something.... Anyway, I want to just clear the whole thing out and start over again.

    BTW What the hell is Devicon.fil_ is it intentionally placed there? I'm pretty damn confident it comes from using media player to sync the device so I'm going to use another program when I add music from now on but I want to know that this file is GONE! I;m sick of the random freezes where I'm unable to even turn the damn thing off- it stays locked on and glows and all I can do is wait for the battery to die.

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I cant Delete music off my ipod and its making me mad!!Soo please help me:(

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