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ipod touch question!?

Question by **mYlItTlEmAnWaSbOrNdEC23rd!**: ipod touch question!?
yeah,I would like to know how do I erase music from the Ipod touch,and how do I download music to it??thanks
then in that case,does it cost to download itunes?

Best answer:

Answer by KillahCrayon(:
When you have iTunes, you delete it from there. [where it says 'Music'] And Dowloading is at the iTunes store.

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  1. Elizabeth
    April 26th, 2014 at 07:55 | #1

    Unfortunately there is no way to delete songs from the iPod touch itself. To delete songs from your iPod touch you will need to do it through iTunes. If you don’t have iTunes yet you can download if from for free from Apple at http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/.

    Note: To delete songs off your iPod touch or any other iPods you will need to set your iTunes settings to “Manual” mode. You can do that in iTunes by clicking your iPod under “Devices” on the left hand side and under the Summary tab make sure “Manually manage music and videos” is checked.

    Check this

    Open iTunes and plug in your iPod touch.

    Under “Devices” click on the iPod touch icon. Then click the side ways triangle beside your iPod touch icon.

    Click on the triangle

    You can now see a list of different media categories such as Music, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, and more. We want to delete songs from the iPod touch so select “Music” from the menu by clicking on it.

    List of Media in iTunes

    All your songs will be listed in the main content area. Click on the song you want to delete from your iPod touch and press the “Delete” key on your keyboard or “right click” on the song and scroll down to “Delete” to remove the song. To select multiple songs at once, hold down the “Ctrl” and click on each song. To select multiple songs in a row click on the first song to delete and hold down the “Shift” key and select the last song.

    This method will only remove songs from your iPod and not your iTunes library.

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