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Sleepy Time with iTunes!


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OK, we've covered how to wake up with iTunes or eyeTV. Here's how to fall asleep to your tunes:



To refresh list, delete song/s.

That's it :-)

Questions? (Other than "how do I set a sleep timer to eyeTV?", that is. Haven't got a clue. Yet)

I has a signijer.
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