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Check to see if your device memory is full. If this is the case, you may have to delete some files to create space for your songs. Are there movies that you have already seen still on the device? Delete them if you do not need them any more as a single movie file can sometimes take up enough space for 100 songs.
A way to check the memory is to click on your Ipod name in itunes and it will take you to the device information.
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The limit of your ipod memory is full or there could be an error in the memory. First of all connect the ipod to the computer, then select and right click to find the properties to indicate the bytes that is true to the memory of your ipod. You may delete whatever files you need to be replaced to giv more space for your newer media.Good day
ur memory card is full..that is if ur having an sd card in ur mobile..if yes..format ur memory card. If no, jus delete all de images ,songs and videos that u have stored in your mobile..that will do the trick..ok
For a full manual simply copy the below web address into your web address bar. :) It will show you how to change the name of your iPod as well as deleting content and many other cool features of your iPod.
It sounds like you have a memory problem. You need to check to see what type of files they are. Select a song in itunes and choose get info from the file menu, then check the format. If it isn't aac that is your problem. Convert the songs to aac, it takes awhile but will free up memory. Also check the actual memory usage. Connect your ipod to comp then select it in itunes, open the ssettings tab. On the bottom is a colored bar showing how much memory and the ipod uses and what it is for. If all else fails resort to the five r's.
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.