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Can you synch two ipods ?


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Just looking at the new ipod Nano and i'm tempted to order one, my question is can you have two ipods and synch them both to your iTunes lib.
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Sure, you could sync a million iPods with your library, if you wanted to. Apple doesn't limit you, when it comes to syncing many iPods.
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cool & thanks,
Only thing is if i get a 2gb Nano how can i limit the amount of songs that go onto the Nano without stopping the all the songs going to my 40gb Ipod?
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Yes, you can limit the song sthat will go onto the iPod nano. You'll do this by going into the prefs. and clicking on iPod, while it is connected. And selecting "Automatically update selected playlists only:" or "Manually manage songs and playlists:". You could do that currently with your 40GB iPod, if you wanted to, but silly to really.
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Thanks for the advice an fast reply
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No problem, the boogeyman was keeping me up anyways.
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iWhat stop making fun of people with 40Gb that manage their own playlists

back when i had winblows i only had a 30Gb hard drive so i had no choice lol
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iWhat stop making fun of people with 40Gb that manage their own playlists

back when i had winblows i only had a 30Gb hard drive so i had no choice lol
But it's fun to make fun! :dummy: Now, get back to manually managing your playlists. Come on. Bip, bip, bip!
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