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I recently bought an iPod Nano, and I am very happy with it! The only downside is that Apple Music is not available for it. Which frankly is a new low for Apple, but I'm pretty sure they're gonna fix it up later. Although it might be a huge way for people to abuse the system. They could download a gazillion tracks into the iPod and never connect it to a ...


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I typically don't uncheck tracks, but when I do, it's typically because I've ripped an entire CD, and there are tracks that I don't think I will want to hear, except on rare occasions. If I wasn't completely pedantic about having everything I own in my library, I'd probably just delete those tracks, but I don't want to have to dig the CD out of a box and ...


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When you have an iPod touch the best alternative of itunes is Waltr by Softorino. This app transferes music from Mac&PC to your iOs devices within just a couple of seconds. It is very simple to use as well. All you have to do is - drag and drop. Its interface is also very nice. Check out their website, im sure itll help you http://softorino.com/waltr


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If you can replace the hard drive from your iPod classic with another hard drive from another iPod classic 120GB, then you should be fine. The OS will automatically be on there. If not, it'll download automatically through iTunes. The same case happens if the replacement hard drive has an older version of the firmware.


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You are probably looking for this kind of cable/adapter : on Amazon Previous answer : The Left AUX Jack. It's for a "simple" jack 3.5 cable.


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Only restarting you iPod will not erase your pictures. But for your Convenience you can plugin in you iPod on your computer or mac and make a backup with iTunes. It you reset your iPod than your data will be lost. So make a backup with iTunes before.


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1.) Go to SETTINGS next to your networks name there's a blue arrow click on that. 2.) Now turn ON auto-join 3.) Turn OFF auto-log in 4.) It Works!


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Yeah auto-login was somehow turned on for me. Once I turned it off it worked.


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I had the same problem this morning and it was solved by turning off the auto connection and auto log in.


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Offline tracks obtained through apple music do not sync across to ipod. Its a shame really, they could easily put a timer on the songs, so if the ipod is not plugged into registered device every so often, the songs will become locked.


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That is a know problem. Choices are to go back to iTunes 11 or try to fix the iPOD. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6807069


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Right click in play.google.com/music folder of your account >> click download on the three button icon >> download >> save it to a folder you can find >> find folder once its fininshed >> drag to itunes It brings the boxart, track sequencing and everything automatically


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Assuming you are talking about an iPod nano. iPod nano uses the headphone cord as an antenna, so you must connect headphones to iPod nano to receive a radio signal. For better reception, make sure the cord isn’t tangled or coiled. FM radio will not play through a Bluetooth accessory. Source: Apple support document



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