I'm still having a problem with the Auto fill and loading new music. When Auto fill starts from 1-3 songs, it freezes up the screen and I have to shut it down. I've done a spybot run, AdAware professional run, Norman run, reloaded itunes 3 times, I've had my local Apple rep Restore it, I've Restored it and I still cannot load up new music, which is why I'm here.. Hope you can help.
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You will need to wipe it clean then put all your songs back into it. Try using a different computer and then put iTunes on it and that should erase it all and then just load your Ipod back up with your music. What happens is that if the Ipod can't read the song, it stutters, tries to play that part, and sometimes skips songs.
Green and ORANGE? orange indicates the iPod is searching for music.
UNDERSTAND this- when you play music in the iTunes app., you are hearing the music in your computer not the iPod.
1) Install the latest iTunes application.
2) Do a restore
3) sync your iPod
Do you have iTunes installed?? you have to rip the CD to iTunes and
then you can sync them to your iPod shuffle. You can get instructions
via the manual. iPod Shuffle Manual. If you want to put music into the iTunes library that you already have on your PC, just go to 'File', then 'Add folder to library' and it will scan that folder and every sub-folder and put the music in the library. Be careful if your songs don't have ID3 tags otherwise iTunes won't be able to work out what they are and your songs will not be catagorized well at all.
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
no once u connect the i-pod the i-tune pages appear and in that page u could see auto fill which in the bottom just click that that will convert teh player and fill all the songs in i-pod which u have in teh pc and remove it and use it>thx rate me solved if its helps
From Apple.com Support Website.
If the front status light on your iPod shuffle blinks orange and green when you press any button, then your iPod shuffle is experiencing some type of error. Try these troubleshooting steps to resolve the problem.
To troubleshoot the iPod shuffle error light:
1. Turn off your iPod shuffle
2. Wait a few seconds
3. Turn your iPod shuffle back on again
If this does not resolve the problem:
1. Check to make sure there are songs on your iPod shuffle
2. Use iTunes to add songs to iPod shuffle and try again
If your iPod shuffle continues to display a blinking orange and green light, use iPod Updater 2005-02-11 or later to restore iPod shuffle, and then add songs with iTunes.
If your iPod shuffle still shows a blinking orange and green light after trying all of the above steps, your iPod shuffle may need service.
Best of Luck.