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I recently bought an ipod nano and it says there is 3.16 gb of other on my memory is there a way to free up that space so i can download my purchased songs to my ipod

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What is the capacity of the player? also did you already load up some content onto your ipod yet? if you want to save more space, check to see what file types are on your player. for music on an ipod, i believe it only plays mp3 or aac. if you want to save space, convert any mp3 files to aac format. you can find that option under "advanced" and then click on "convert selection to aac". forgot to mention to highlight all of the songs that you want to convert in your library. a nice little short cut if you want to convert all of them is Ctrl+A. hope that helps!

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The ipod nanos the smallest product in the Apple iPod line. The fourth generation Nano comes in two different capacities, each capable of holding thousands of songs.
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i hope u will get the solution.

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