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    iPod nano questions

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    iPod nano questions
    I have a few basic questions about the iPod nano.

    1. What is the maximum recharging time for this unit?

    I've had it connected to the Mac G5 for two days now and either the recharging lightning bolt or the "do not disconnect" warning remains on the screen. Note that I've temporarily changed the setting on the Mac so it doesn't "go to sleep" in an attempt to accommodate the iPod recharging process.

    2. How can titles under the "playlists" section be deleted?
    I've removed the songs from various playlists within the nano, but the playlist titles remain listed within the nano screen. How can the titles themselves be deleted?

    3. I've tried reformatting the nano by pressing the middle button and the menu button above it together for about 5 seconds. Although the screen goes dark and the Apple logo appears, not much else happens. I've also tried looking for how to reformat the nano from within iTunes but no luck there. Any reformatting tips are greatly appreciated.

    4. When I import a selection of songs from iTunes into the nano from a customized playlist, the songs are automatically arranged by alphabetical order in the iPod. Is there a way to import the songs into the iPod and keep the songs in the "customized order" as they appear in iTunes?

    Thanks for the tips.

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    iPod nano questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by schwine
    I have a few basic questions about the iPod nano.

    1. What is the maximum recharging time for this unit?

    I've had it connected to the Mac G5 for two days now and either the recharging lightning bolt or the "do not disconnect" warning remains on the screen. Note that I've temporarily changed the setting on the Mac so it doesn't "go to sleep" in an attempt to accommodate the iPod recharging process.
    You have to eject the iPod from iTunes.
    I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.

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