What would you like to do?
I have limewire so you can trust my answer mostly!~!~!~! YES, if you really would like to have that song or you need it for something you will have to d…elete it i mean if it doesnt work of coarse you should delete it otherwise there is no point having it!~!~!~! DOWNLOAD IT AGAIN AND HOPE IT WORKS THIS TIME LOL
limewire on iTunes shares - deleting! I deleted the listing from my iTunes Limewire folder. Deleted the file from the iTunes Library, and deleted the file …from the Limewire download file. Restarted iTunes - all clear.
you can atually do it you just have get all these cords and stuff and connect to the computer then get the songs u want. well actually it is very easy and i think like t…here is like only one cord
you can't not only is it illegal to download it but you must download from itunes only because of the reader in the ipod.
This happened a few times with me. The only thing I did was download the songs again on limewire and the songs went straight to my music folder where I had everything and the …songs went again. I'm just having problems dragging my movies into my library and while syncing, it says the disk cant be read from or written to. I dont know how to fix that. ---------------------------- The answer to this question is YES, they will, because iTunes simply finds and reads the song's file from the location you imported it - for example, Limewire. But there is a solution. Go into iTunes and highlight the song(s) in question, right click and select "Create AAC Version." AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding, and it's the format that iTunes Store audio comes in. Anyway, after you've clicked to create the new version, it may take awhile, as iTunes "converts" the song. When it's finished there will be a new song file in your Music library - so you'll have two of the same song. You can delete the Limewire file now, and then delete the file in iTunes that will no longer play, but the AAC one will, even after the others are deleted. (If you aren't sure which is which, either try to play each or look at the date added.) Hope that helps.
I wouldn't suggest downloading songs or movies off the internet because you could get a virus and it's illegal.
Limewire and file-sharing services are legal. You can download music for free from the service but you should not download copyright protected music, as that is illegal.
Check the recycle bin.
all you do is drag the song from your limewire to your itunes and u sync it to your ipod from there
download the song from limwire and from there drag it to itunes. To drag it make sure the limewire window appears in front of itunes and drag to your itunes music librar…y.
If you're using itunes, generally when you delete music from your itunes library, and then hook up your ipod and "sync it" itunes will see that in its library the song isn't t…here so it takes it off of your ipod. In the itunes library go to the songs that are from limewire, right click and a window pops up. On the window an option to "remove the song/delete it pops up" click on it and the song should be gone next time you sync it. If this is confusing or you need help you can e-mail me email@example.com
Yes and no, you can't download them using limewire but you can put your limewire songs into itunes by selecting them and dragging them into your library, then you can download… them onto your ipod. Hope this helps!
click on edit, select all, then click on edit again, and delete.
First be sure that both Limewire and Itunes are open. After downloading the new song(s), go to your library within Limewire and select the song(s) you'd like to add to Itunes…. With your music selected, drag the selected songs to your taskbar and hover them over Itunes; Itunes will maximize at which time you need to drag your mouse over the playlist you'd like to add the song(s) to. Cheers.
It doesn't matter where you download the songs from, but to put them on your ipod they need to be in the correct format for the device. Most downloaded songs are in .mp3 forma…t, which is compatible with iPod devices. However, you may come across some audio that is not. In that case, you will need to convert the audio into a format compatible with the iPod. Most converters available online offer conversion to numerous formats, including iPod.
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