My ipod has no songs and my library has many songs yet when I press sync the songs wont transfer...help?
Because the iPod remembers what computer you Sync with, syncing with another computer will erase everything and add all the songs. If you buy a song on your iPod Touch or iPhone, you can move it to your computer, but only the one that you Synced with last. Syncing with a different computer will delete everything off the iPod.
It depends on what type of restoration you are preforming on your iPod touch. It you are resetting the network then yes all your tabs and bookmarks get erased. If you are resetting settings to factory default then no your bookmarks will not be erased. If you are restoring your whole iPod completely then yes everything on your ipod will be erased.
To erase an app on an ipod touch you put your finger on it and hold it down until they all start to move. Then you click on the x in the corner of the app you would like to erase. If you would like to erase a song you can not do that from the ipod. You need to go onto the computer you have it synced on and un-check it from your library.
You can either attach the iPod to a computer with iTunes installed to restore the device to factory settings. Alternatively, look for 'Settings' on the iPod screen, then find the 'Reset' menu in the 'General' menu on the device. When clicked, you will see 'Erase All Content and Settings' at the top. This will reset the iPod default settings.
it depends on the strength of the electromagnet. if you have a case with a magnet, that doesn't have enough strength to erase it, though other magnets should be kept away from your ipod. however, even if you accidentally erase your touch, you can still re-sync your songs to your ipod touch via a computer for free.
Someone help you have a 4gb ipod nano and accidentally hit screen lock the only problem is that you cant remember the combo to unlock it please give you multiple sulutions?
Connect your iPod to the computer it was connected to the first time and try to restore it. If that doesn't work, go to My Computer on your computer, then select your ipod. Right click on your ipod icon and select format. Formating your ipod through your computer will erase everything, but it will effectively unlock it. does it erase your songs too? *Yes, it erases your songs and videos, but at least your iPod…
yes ANS2: My iPod just was replaced. I restored from iTunes and everything but for a few pass-worded settings were restored to the same as the old one. If you mean that you are contemplating restoring it to factory settings...then, yes, it will wipe the unit. You would want to restore it to factory default if you are planning to sell it so your personal data won't be on it.
The only thing to do in this situation is to connect your iPod to iTunes and restore it. This will erase everything on your iPod touch, but if you have your data backed up to iCloud or on iTunes, you can restore everything back to the way it was. 1) Connect your iPod to iTunes 2) Click on your iPod on the left under "Devices" 3) Under "Version", click "Restore" Your computer will now begin…
Follow these steps to erase pictures on your iPod Touch: Go to the photo you want to delete by going through the Photos app. Touch the picture to blow it up to full screen. At the bottom right hand corner, there is a trash can icon. Click that to have a dialog box pop up to ask you if you want to delete it. Press the red delete button to permanently erase it from your…