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Topic # 87793 7-Aug-2011 14:01
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I have an apple I pod touch 8 gig.

I managed to get iTunes to recognise my ipod and put lots of songs from itunes.

Now i want to delete existing songs and add new. I have read the help stuff but am failing miserably...can some one give me a step by step process to do this?


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  Reply # 502979 7-Aug-2011 14:03
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When the ipod is plugged in, click on the device name in the sidebar. Click the option "only sync ticked songs" or similar and hit apply.

Now you can go through your library and untick songs you dont not wish to have on your ipod.

And to add songs just go file and "add file/folder" 

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  Reply # 502981 7-Aug-2011 14:10
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The other option is to click "manually manage songs" and then you just drag and drop the songs from the main library onto your iPod on the bar on the left. To delete just click on the music library under your iPod to bring up the song list that's in your iPod in the left column, click the song you want to delete in the list, and hit the delete button on your keyboard.

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