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Trouble with iTunes


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wakedemons3

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I just bought an ipod. First, when i plug in the ipod, it automatically puts all itunes songs on it, and ive only done it once just 5 minutes ago. im wondering if, when i get new songs, does it put all the old songs on again just to get the new couple of songs? And also, can I put songs directly from limewire to itunes?
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I don't think it will automatically put songs on your ipod anymore, but that's how I've set up my preferences. But it shouldn't re-copy all the old songs one way or another.

That idea from downloading songs from limewire to your ipod would be a great idea, but no it won't. You can only download songs to a directory on your computer, and your ipod can't be a directory. But, if you have your ipod connected to your computer at the time and it does automatically upload songs to your ipod (which it doesn't for me like I said before), then it almost does what you're asking it to do, except it will still take up space on your computer.
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lt b0ngo

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You can change the ipod setup by plugging your ipod in and going to preferences, ipod
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