2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 15, 2007 10:23 AM by jared@themactech.com
jinxe03 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
I have an Ipod nano, and there are some songs uploaded on my ipod that I dont even listen to. Its just taking up space. How do I take songs OFF my ipod?
Thanks!
Hannah

Ipod nano 2GB, Windows XP
  • Zevoneer Level 9 Level 9 (52,700 points)
    How you delete content from your iPod depends how you have it set to update:

    If you are updating automatically then delete the files from the iTunes library and next time you connect they will automatically be deleted from your iPod. Highlight the file and press the delete key on your keyboard, or right click and choose either Clear or Delete, depending on which version of iTunes you are using.

    If you are updating manually, connect your iPod and click on the icon when it shows in the iTunes 7 source list click on the chevron (the little triangle) to the left of the iPod icon This will display the various icons for the iPod itself, Music, Movies, TV Shows and Playlists. Click on Music and you'll see the traditional song view. Find the files on your iPod that you want to remove, highlight them and delete directly.

    To select multiple items such as all the songs in an album, click on the first track in the list hold down the shift key and click on the last track to highlight the selection. Then press the delete key.

    To summarise, you start by highlighting the song/video/selection in either the iTunes library or on the iPod song list as displayed in iTunes then press the delete key on your keyboard: Deleting songs or playlists from your iPod
  • jared@themactech.com Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)
    You can also, in the iPod prefences, choose to sync to checked songs only, and uncheck the ones you don't want.

    Or tell it to sync ONLY playlists which you designate.