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ok, i have itunes from someone else on my ipod right now, and i want to add 1 app to what i currently have, is there any way I can do this without wiping clean what i already have? Like a hack for the sync on itunes?
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I think I sort of understand what you're talking about, but really a LOT more clarification would be REALLY helpful, starting with all the models involved (Mac, PC, iTunes, iPod etc).

The short answer (if I understand your question) is no.
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Thank you for understanding my question and not making fun of my ignorance
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No problem. Fundamentally, an iDevice can only be synced to one iTunes account, so you have to pick which one and sync it.
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