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iTunes is always sure to tell me that I have to eject my iPod before I can physically disconnect it from the computer.

What is going on when you eject it? What is the software doing? What's the risk of disconnecting it without ejecting it first?

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If the connected devices are exchanging data while you interrupt it (unplug) following can happen.

You can have a corrupt files/folders on either site.

Mostly that can be repaired but not always.

If you use Eject, the data transfer process is stopped correctly.

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