Currently Being ModeratedMar 8, 2012 1:28 AM (in response to ewinsa01)
First of all do You use auto-sync or do you manage music manualy? Plug ipod to computer and open itunes. Select ipod from left menu, click music select all and prese delete!
Currently Being ModeratedMar 11, 2012 6:03 AM (in response to caPo136)
To delete you songs in iPod and not in iTunes library, you have to put iTunes Device sync to Manually Manage ticked as below,
the example, is for iPod Touch, but applicable to iPod Classic.
To sync your content manually:
- Connect your iPod, iPhone, or iPad to your computer and select your device in iTunes (below Devices)
- Click the Summary button and select “Manually manage music and videos” (below Options).
- Select a category (below Library).
- Do any of the following:
- To add items to your device, drag videos, playlists, artists, genres, and albums to your iPod, iPhone, or iPad (below Devices).
- To delete a song or selection of songs from your device, select the song/s and press the Delete key.Removing a song from your device doesn’t delete it from your iTunes library.
- Before you disconnect your device, click the Eject button .
Have a nice day!iMac, Mac OS X (10.4.11)
Currently Being ModeratedNov 26, 2013 8:07 PM (in response to ewinsa01)
If you have your iPod set to automatically sync with your iTunes library, then just right-click the song you wish to remove and click "delete" (and click "move to recycling bin" after). Of it goes into cyberspace. If you don't want to permanently delete it, then uncheck it.
If you have your iPod set to manually manage your music, then you will need to plug your iPod into your computer. Then click "Music" under the iPod icon on iTunes (there may be an arrow hiding all the divisions of your iPod, but click it so it faces downwards). When all your songs are displayed, do the same thing I said above. It will no longer be on your iPod, but it will still be on your iTunes.
Just now i tried & made it successfully.