I have attemped various things, one of which was to de-authorise all my devices and put them on, one by one.
I have just looked at what you've suggested and realised that the ipod isnt registered as a device, how do I authorise it. I thought it would give me an obvious option when I plugged it in.......
Yes it charges.
Yes same cable.
I mean that the itunes library can sync with 5 devices. One is my laptop an others (prior to my un authorising them) the others were an ipod classic, and two childrens ipods.
The other devices now need to be put on the list of "authorised devices"
but i dont know how to as there are no obvious prompts when i connect any of them.
Hope this helps...
You can only authorize five computers for one Apple ID/iTunes account
You can have ten devices and computers associated for one Apple ID/iTunes account
Thank you for you input so far.....
I think we are getting nearer to the solution sort of!
Let me get this straight...... I have paid for content on itunes, bought the apple devicds in order to play said content, now I have to subscribe $25 for the privilage of playing MY library content on MY other devices. Which wasn't such an issue to do before the new and improved itunes version!!
Have I got that correct. I think I cannot associate my other iOS devices with my library because I am unwilling to pay further through the nose!!!??? or am I missing something?
Frustrated even more now!!