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Re: Delete images tagged to mp3
You can go to folder options and select view menu >>> show hidden files and folders + remove tick mark from hide protected operating system files and u can go to the folder where your mp3 files are. and u will wind some pics. Delate them. If it dosen't work word please remind me ok.
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You can uncheck the songs on iTunes library first, and then sync iPod with iTunes, the songs will be deleted from your iPod. Or you may try this iTunes alternative, it's easy to delete your iPod songs, videos and photos. http://www.reviewstown.com/itunes-alternative.html
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you must delete the song on iTunes (or just uncheck it, and tell iPod in the iPod screen on iTunes not to sync checked songs and video) and then sync it for the song to go away. iPod requires iTunes to make changes to your media list.
You need a computer to delete songs from iPod, if you sick of iTunes, You may try this ipod transfer, it's
a nice iTunes alternative that can help you manage iPod files including delete,
upload, play, copy, etc. It's much easier to use than iTunes.
on the ipods the most common way to delete songs off of it is thru the itunes software, connect your ipod and itunes should open up and if not make sure you have itunes installed and running you can get the latest itunes for free from apple.com or just google itunes, once you have itunes runing your ipod should appear in the sidebar click on it and then click on the songs list under it, then select the songs you want to delete and hit delete
You have to keep all the songs that you want on your iPod on your computer, otherwise you will get this problem. So if you want song "a" on your iPod it must also be in your iTunes library at all times unless you don't want it on your iPod anymore
How to manually manage content on your iPod- Get your iPod. Connect it to your computer. Start iTunes program. In the source list, select your iPod. Now click on iPod options.(On the bottom right corner of iTunes) and select Manually manage songs and playlists option. Click ok and done! So here' s how you remove songs form your iPod manually.
Connect your iPod to your computer.
Go to the source list and click on the icon which looks like an iPod.
Choose the songs you want to delete and press delete! How simple is that?!
How to remove songs from your iPod automatically. (When you iPod is set to default settings)
To remove songs from your iPod automatically, just delete the songs you want to from your iTunes library.
When the default setting is on, songs that are deleted from your iTunes Library will also be deleted from the iPod.
You have to use itunes to delet songs. Just right click on the song in itunes and press delete. Make sure you only delete the song from the ipod (which will show up on the left hand side of the screen and not from the main music folder.
the reason it doesn't show the track version is because you changed the ID3 tag (which is something inside the music file, not the actual file name). Try using winamp to delete your songs, it will read all the ID3 tags properly and show you the track version names
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