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AxiomOfChoice 01-07-2010 10:35 AM

Is there a way to tell iPod to sync only songs in iTunes that are "checked"?
 
I'm sure there's some way to tell iPod to just sync songs in your library that are checked and not sync ones that are unchecked...but how do you do it?

Thanks!

clayneal 01-07-2010 10:47 AM

There sure is. I was going to type it out for you but it's all right here :

How to Only Sync Certain Songs - By Unchecking Songs - How to Sync in iTunes - Limit iTunes Syncing

hope this helps
clay

Mac Pro 01-07-2010 10:47 AM

Plug in your iPod and go to the page with your ipod information on it. Then click on the music tab and check the box that says only sync selected songs. A google search could have given you this information just so you know.

Edit: clayneal beat me to it.

AxiomOfChoice 01-07-2010 11:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mac Pro (Post 975352)
Plug in your iPod and go to the page with your ipod information on it. Then click on the music tab and check the box that says only sync selected songs. A google search could have given you this information just so you know.

Thanks for the help, and for the snide remark.

I find that, in many cases, I get more efficient and clever solutions by posting questions on forums like this instead of brute-Googling, and I often save time.

I'm not sure why I feel the need to explain this to you, but there you have it.

clayneal 01-07-2010 12:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AxiomOfChoice (Post 975367)
Thanks for the help, and for the snide remark.

I find that, in many cases, I get more efficient and clever solutions by posting questions on forums like this instead of brute-Googling, and I often save time.

I'm not sure why I feel the need to explain this to you, but there you have it.

I didn't find his remark snide at all. He answered your question and let you know that in the time it took you to ask the question and come back for the response you would have had your issue resolved.

And this is true as you can see from the link I left you which was the result of said google search.

Clay

AxiomOfChoice 01-07-2010 03:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by clayneal (Post 975371)
I didn't find his remark snide at all. He answered your question and let you know that in the time it took you to ask the question and come back for the response you would have had your issue resolved.

And this is true as you can see from the link I left you which was the result of said google search.

Clay

You could be right, and as it's difficult to discern motive and intent in message board conversations, I'll be the first to admit that I could have read the tone incorrectly.

So, if I was wrong, MacPro, I'm sorry. And thanks again to both of you for the help.


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