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How can you be able to keep songs that were deleted from the CPU without losing the songs in an Ipod Nano?

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2008-06-13 19:50:05
2008-06-13 19:50:05

Put the songs back onto the computer from the iPod.

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If the song is deleted, then you can't put it on your iPod.


You can download music without losing songs. Unless your iPod doesn't have any more room for music. You can download songs from iTunes. You can buy songs form the Apple store or you can download songs from a CD. You can put music on your ipod by dragging the song(s) to the little iPod logo, located on the right hand side of the iTunes menu.


No. You have to delete the songs from ITunes. Sorry


You can't, you have to reload them on it.



Yes your songs will be deleted but you can get them off the iPod using a program such as iDump or iPod2Computer Transfer Curtis White




Unless you tell the ipod or laptop to deleate them no.


No, you cannot. The Restore is a last-ditch-effort feature when something is wrong on your iPod, so losing all of your songs is going to happen. You should be able to easily drag the songs from your iTunes library back onto the iPod if you put it in the library (if you didn't, do it next time so you won't have to buy all of your songs again!)


Songs cannot be deleted directly from the iPod. Connect the iPod to the computer using the USB cable, and delete the songs you want to delete in iTunes, then click the sync button.


The songs can't be deletes with the iPod. They must be deleted using iTunes.


Go to songs and swipe your finger across the song you want deleted


you have to many songs on your ipod so it deletes one whwnever you download one.



Normally you can't delete songs directly from your ipod touch, you should erase it from your Itunes library then sync with the Ipod touch, it should be deleted when the sync is finished.


You don't have to upgrade iTunes, you just can set your ipod touch to a "replacement" even though it's not.


Yes, as long as you have ever used the iTunes to sync files to your iPod Touch, even if the device is lost or you accidentally deleted or wiped out the data, you still have chances to recover those precious deleted files. If you have made backups on iTunes or iCloud, you could use a third-party tool like PhoneRescue to get back your deleted songs on your iPod touch. For no backup, you can still use the tool to retrieve songs directly from device.


i deleted some of my songs that i hardly ever listen to and unplugged my ipod for like 10 minutes and then it worked :)


Yes, under your ipod screen in itunes, put a check mark next to manually manage music and video then just drag new songs to it.



you choose your song u wanna put then u sync everything back in the ipod using i tunes


You can move your iTunes music library from a Windows computer to a Mac without losing any of your songs. (See links below)



plug your ipod to the computer, open itunes, select Music and manually transfer the song to the ipod



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