- 1 How do I delete songs from my iPod classic without iTunes?
- 2 Why can’t I delete songs from my iPod classic?
- 3 How do I wipe my iPod classic without a computer?
- 4 How do I factory reset my iPod classic?
- 5 Why can’t I delete songs from my iPod?
- 6 How do I change ownership of an iPod Classic?
- 7 How do I destroy an old iPod?
- 8 How do I clear my old iPod?
- 9 How do I get my music off my old iPod?
- 10 Can you still put music on an old iPod?
- 11 How do I get music off my old iPod onto my Mac?
How do I delete songs from my iPod classic without iTunes?
So how to delete songs from iPod Shuffle/Classi/Nano?
- Step 1: On your computer, launch iMyFone TunesMate. Use a usb cable to link your iPad with your computer.
- Step 2: From the top menu, choose “Music” tab.
- Step 3: Carefully select the songs you want to remove and click on the “Delete” button to confirm.
Why can’t I delete songs from my iPod classic?
Answer: A: It sounds like you are trying to manually manage your iPod’s contents. If that is the case, make sure the Manually manage music and videos option is enabled from under the iPod’s Summary tab in iTunes.
How do I wipe my iPod classic without a computer?
Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.” The iPod prompts you with two buttons: “Erase iPod” and “Cancel.” Tap “Erase iPod.” The iPod erases its content and reboots its iOS software.
How do I factory reset my iPod classic?
To reset iPod nano or iPod classic settings, choose Settings→Reset Settings from the iPod nano Home screen or iPod classic main menu, and then select Reset (or Cancel to cancel). This resets all the items on the Settings menu to their default settings.
Why can’t I delete songs from my iPod?
The reason you probably can’t delete them is most likely to a setting in your iTunes that is preventing it from being removed, a sync setting you have set so it auto syncs with your library, even if you per say remove it. Go to your iTunes and turn off auto-sync and it should be able to be loaded off.
How do I change ownership of an iPod Classic?
Near upper left corner, where you see the small image of iPod, click the iPod’s current name. The name becomes editable. Change it as desired, and press Return on keyboard.
How do I destroy an old iPod?
Answer: A: If it’s completely dead, you don’t. If all you’re going to do is drop it in the recycle box at your local electronics store, then it really doesn’t matter what condition it’s in. Open it up and destroy the logic board, then toss it in the recycle bin.
How do I clear my old iPod?
Go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. You need to enter your Apple ID and password. If asked for your device passcode or restrictions passcode, you will need to enter it, and then tap Erase [device name]. And you’re done!
How do I get my music off my old iPod?
To add some or all of the music from your iPod to your iTunes library, go to either File > Add File to Library or File > Add Folder to Library in iTunes for Windows. If you’re using a Mac, go to File > Add to Library. Then select the files or folder you want to add.
Can you still put music on an old iPod?
The iPod Classic, iPod Mini, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle don’t have an internet connection of their own. When you want to put media on them, you use the iTunes program on your desktop or laptop computer to download songs to the iPod, using a process called syncing, not iCloud.
How do I get music off my old iPod onto my Mac?
On your Mac, hold down the Cmd + Shift + Period keys to toggle hidden folders on or off. In the window that appears, select Transfer Purchases. If you don’t see Transfer Purchases, select File > Devices > Transfer Purchases From [device]. Your music will automatically transfer from the iPod to your Mac.