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Alright, I have an older iPod, the kind with the 4 'buttons' under the screen. And I had synced my current iTunes collection on it awhile ago, and now I need to resync the whole collection, to transfer my whole collection to iTunes on my PC.

I plugged it in my MacBook, and was told to Format it. So I did, deleted my whole collection of music, but I dragged my whole collections Folder to iTunes and got it all back. But after I formatted, it told me to plug it in an AC adapter. All I have is the USB Sync cable, and a brick that plugs into the Wall with a USB port on it. When I plug it in there or on the MacBook, it shows the Apple Logo, then a picture of the plug that plugs in the bottom of the iPod with an Arrow.



What do I do..?



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When you plug it in, you should see a status bar that shows the updating progress, then you will see the charge symbol. If you are not seeing that, then the iPod is not updating.


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