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disassociate my old ipod nano question.


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I just got a 4s and I don't really need my nano anymore. How do I disassociate it from my Mac so I can give it to my Daughter?
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Restore the ipod using itunes and then she can put all of her stuff on it.
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So after I restore it, it will link into her computer (with iTunes)?
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Yes, just plug it into her computer
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