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You need to have iTunes installed on your computer. It's a free download from Apple. Load your CD's into iTunes or buy songs from the Apple iTunes Music Store. Connect your iPod and synch.
Note: most songs are copyrighted so you can't get them for FREE, that is stealing.
You need to use iTunes, download it here: www.apple.com/itunes/overview. Now if you bought your iPod used you won't have to go through the iPod set up, but if you did buy new then you will have to. After you've done all this, you need to add all your songs to your iTunes library, you can burn your CDs to it or buy them off the iTunes store. Then plug your iPod into your computer and select it in the iTunes sidebar, now if you want to manually put your songs onto your iPod, then scroll all the way down and check the box that says "Manually manage Music and Videos" if you want iTunes to automatically put all your songs onto your ipod then just click "Sync."
hi there some of your songs could be of a different format, usually ipods only eat AAC, MP3 or WMA, if you are trying songs of a different format it may not like them try googleing cheetah audio converter to see if you can convert the ones that dont work, good luck
Well the only way is to buy a program that allows you to transer mp3 songs off a device and put it back onto your computer. There are programs that let you do it for free.....but you have to do it song by song. LONG process...trust me i tried haha. It does work though. But yea you can A. Jail break your ipod and download the program that converts your music for you. or just buy the program to do it for you. But you can only jail break it if its an I touch first or second gen.
Try converting the songs into a different format because the format that the song is in might not completely be played on the ipod. Right click on the song and click on convert to mp3. Then try transferring the mp3 format song onto the ipod and it should play right then.
Seems the playlist detais arent geting removed, only the songs.
So basicly you need to remove the deleted songs from the playlists ? you could probably do it on the ipod screen manually.
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