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Ipod nano How do I delete music off my nano.

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You need itunes also

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Click on your Ipod under devices. Select music underneath it. Delete which you want.

You may have to check the box to manually manage your Ipod.

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plug the nano to any computer with iTunes installed. pnce plugged, iTunes will automatically open, showing the song contents of your nano. then have the music deleted as desired.

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plug the nano to any computer with iTunes installed. pnce plugged, iTunes will automatically open, showing the song contents of your nano. then have the music deleted as desired.

regards,

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