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Hello,there I've got an Ipod A1137, but i can not update it any more from itune. My itune version is Itune 10. Is it because of my version is too new? Could you please help me to solve the problem?

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Run iTunes, connect your iPod, make sure iTunes reads your player and click Check for Updates, if there is an update it will update.

You can also uninstall iTunes, go to apple website and re-download iTunes = this will give you iTunes 11.

Posted on Jan 25, 2011

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