5775 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 17, 2007 5:16 AM by dagored
Ok, for starters the email you got is not relevant to the touch. It is for the other ipod's. You cannot delete pics on the ipod without doing it in itunes. You do not need to do a restore.
In itunes with your ipod connected go to the photos tab- same place where u added the photos and uncheck the photos/ folders you want taking out. Then when you click apply and sync it will take the photos off.
This all depends on how you installed the photos. I do not use iPhoto. I created a folder on my desktop called Touch Photos. I then created folders in it for various subject areas. Cruising, Pets, etc. I then placed jpg's I wanted into these folders.
Then I selected this folder "Touch Photos" under the photo sync tab.
All I have to do is either add photos to the existing folders, create new folders, or delete photos and folders from this main folder. To me this is easier than iPhoto, but again YMMV