8140 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Apr 1, 2011 3:53 AM by Jolly Giant
try a +power cycle+ of all your gear. shut down everything for @ least 10 minutes. then, in intervals of 5 minutes, turn the modem back on, your router next, and you computer last.
fire up iTunes and the speaker should be gone.
edited by the Jolly Green Giant (where Green stands for environmentally friendly)
Mhhh, coming to think of it, I don't believe that your suggestion will actually solve the problem I'm havíng, Jolly Green Giant.
I'm currently in a completely different network with none of my airplay devices anywhere near and if I look at the Airplay icon in iTunes, my old/obsolete device still shows up (greyed out with a checkmark in front of it), along with my other devices which are still in use (but also checkmarked and greyed out since currently not available in this network).
So I think once a device is coupled, it will permanently show up since it's somehow present in a database. The entry would have to be deleted somehow, I just don't know how.