My husband and I both have ipods but, he set his up first. Now we are sharing an account somehow and everytime one of us edits the other's playlist or anything it does it to both ipods? Why can't we just have separate accounts on one computer? What's the point of each having our own if we have to share the songs on it?
Do you have your iPod set so it automatically sync's all music or certain playlists? If that's so, try changing that. When you plug in your iPod, click on it, then click on the tab on the top of that page that says music and uncheck the boxes that say sync music. Im not sure if this will help or not.
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Let's say you have one computer and two iPods. It's easy enough to synchronize both iPods with just one computer, as long as both iPod users are happy accessing the same music library or the same set of playlists. But that can get hard to manage, especially if you're manually updating the iPod or adding new music that you'd like to keep separate.
In most cases, the easiest way to keep discrete libraries for syncing both iPods is to create a separate user account for each person who uses an iPod with the computer. The Insider Secrets video shows the steps for doing this using Mac OS X; here's how to create a separate user and share music under Windows XP.
First, click Start > Control Panel > User Accounts (Start > Settings > Control Panel if you use the Classic view). Click "Create a new account," and follow the instructions.
Windows XP kindly provides a shared folder that already includes a directory called Shared Music (find it under C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocuments). The easiest thing to do is to copy all the music on your computer into this folder so that all users can access it. Then the lucky owner of the new iPod can pick and choose what music to include in his or her iTunes Library. From the new account, in iTunes, click File > Add Folder To Library, and copy over whatever music you want (make sure to check the box next to "Copy files to iTunes music folder" when adding to library, under Advanced in the Preferences dialog box, so that iTunes doesn't consolidate the files for the music library).
Now both users can share all or part of the same library, add new music whenever necessary, and automatically update their iPods without the hassle of manually sifting through a large shared library. -BY HART DAVIS
Method One If you share your computer with other people, you can maintain separate user accounts for each person who uses the computer. This is useful especially if each user has different tastes in music; users can maintain separate, personalized iTunes music libraries and can customize their iPods accordingly.
Mac OS X users: Learn how to set up additional user accounts.
Windows users: Look in your computer's Help documentation to learn how to set up additional user accounts. To locate this information:
Click the Start Menu, and then click Help or Help and Support. Enter "new user" in the Search field. Press Return. If you create multiple user accounts on one computer but want the same music to be available in iTunes for all users, see iTunes: How to share music between different accounts on a single computer.
You may use multiple iPods on a computer without the need to create multiple user accounts. To do this, you can set iTunes to update each iPod with only certain playlists. This method allows you to put all your music on, say, your iPod and keep your iPod shuffle updated with only your workout music. Here's how to do this with iTunes 9:
Create new iTunes playlists that contain all the music that you want to sync to each iPod. Learn how to Sync your iPod (read the iPod Tutorial Steps section below the video). Note: iTunes for Windows does not support syncing multiple iPod devices at the same time.
Create a separate iTunes library for each iPod. Note: It is important that you make a new iTunes Library file. Do not just make a copy of your existing iTunes Library file. If iTunes is open, quit it.
Mac users: Hold down the Option key while you open iTunes. Windows users: Hold down the Shift key while you open iTunes. In the dialog that appears, click Create Library. Name and save the alternate library file. iTunes opens with your brand new library file. Open iTunes Preferences. Choose iTunes > Preferences (Mac) or Edit > Preferences (Windows). Click the Advanced tab. Deselect the "Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library" checkbox if it is already selected and click OK. This will prevent iTunes from creating duplicates of your existing media files in the new library folder.
Add the specific media files you want on your iPod to iTunes either by dragging them into iTunes or choosing File > Add to Library (Mac) or File > Add File to Library or Add Folder to Library (Windows).
Once you have the iTunes Library just how you want it, connect and sync your iPod.
Once the sync is complete, quit iTunes. Mac users: Hold down the Option key while you open iTunes. Windows users: Hold down the Shift key while you open iTunes. Click Choose library. Choose your original iTunes Library and click Choose (Mac Users) or Open (Windows Users). You can now switch back and forth between the different libraries for different iPods.
I have never tried this but if I understand you correctly, you have two Kindle that have been registered to two different email accounts. This should be an easy task to merge the two to one account.
1. Decide which account is the "Master account" , let's say your Kindle will be the Master account. In this case you will leave your Kindle "as is" and get your husbands Kindle 2. With you Husband's Kindle in hand you will pull down the upper status bar, select More + and My Account 3. Choose Deregister, wait, this can take up to one hour. 4. Reboot the Kindle 5. When the Kindle is back online, go back to More + and My Account. Click on Register. This time you will resister this Kindle to the same account as your Kindle. 6. When done the Kindles will be sharing the same account.
you can't use one email account to make two facebook accounts. It's one of their policy for security purposes as well. You can just create one email account from ,yahoo, gmail,hotmail or whaever accoutn you would like to sign up just for facebook account.
are you and brother using the same windows account (when you turn on pc)? try separate windows account (you & brother)..now once again uninstall itunes and download it one more.time..on your account and place in share folder.........now both can use itunes plus have rock, pop,hip hop or whatever u like....
first, update itunes on (terri acct, to keep 2000 songs in tack )....now do the family share or have thier own windows account. hopefully each of you have your own windows account on the computer. where as itunes can b on each also with every ones type of music/video....this way you will never delete by accident