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Solved: How do i delete mp3s on an ipod?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Duckman69, Jul 17, 2007.

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  1. Duckman69

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    i didnt know where to put this thread sorry, but i rembered seeing some1 ask a ipod question a little while back so i thought i'd post this up here, my moms got an ipod and she uploaded music from a cd she had and the cd was scratched thus the song she now has on the ipod is scratched... can any1 tell me how i can remove the song? she cant figure it out and i played with it for 5 minutes and couldnt get it either...
     
  2. sirus204

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    hmmm i use itunes whenever i want to put or erase mp3s inside my friends ipod,,,
     
  3. Duckman69

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    they have itunes what do you do plug the ipod in and goto options tabs @ the top look for erase or somethin simmilar? thanks for the lead...
     
  4. sirus204

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    when i want to erase mp3s from friends ipod, i plugin the ipod to my comp [usb] and i open up itunes,,, inside itunes, comes up the playlist of the ipod,,, i can also see als mp3s inside the ipod from there and just erase those mp3s that i dont like,,,
     
  5. Duckman69

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    thanks alot man appricate it :-D take care...
     
  6. sirus204

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    no prob,,, glad to have helped you somehow,,, ^_^ tc
     
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