Question about Apple iPod nano
To erase delete songs and ect.on your ipod, pull up iTunes. Find the songs and ect. you don't want on your ipod. There should be a box next to it that is checked. Simply unckeck the box. If you never want to see the songs and ect. ever again on your ipod or on iTunes, just right click on the song and ect. and press delete. Then once you plug your ipod up to the computer and sync it, they won't be on your ipod.
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Posted on Nov 30, 2008
HI, Ipods don't work like normal flash drives. They can only work by syncing them. You cannot find or delete the songs from the ipod or from the drive that it appears in. To remove a song from your ipod you need to go into itunes, and locate the playlist which is being synced to your ipod. Then find the song and remove it from the playlist. Then you need to plug in your ipod and press sync again. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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