ipod touch problem!

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  1. new2ipods

    new2ipods New Member

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    1.Whats the easiest way to sync? I'm tired of importing the music folder to my library everytime I get new songs and then clicking my ipod in itunes and clicking sync all music, then sync videos, then applications.
    2. also i have three sections of the same album. how do i merge them into one?
    i made sure the information was exactly the same like 5 times and made sure no spaces where there
    3.also, today, all my musics became "other" in the size meter thingy and my music had to get resynced so if i would have let it continue, my music would have been double the space in the ipod. so i stopped it and cleared my ipod. how do i avoid this problem in the future?
  2. enyahs

    enyahs Member

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    Well... #2.. Can't You highlight them in iTunes and click "Apply Sort Field" and select the one that is the same.
  3. Nathan B

    Nathan B Active Member

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    How is this an iPod touch problem?
  4. APV

    APV Well-Known Member

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    Maybe the easiest way to sync is to just keep all your files organized efficiently.

    I have a computer running vista (gasp!) and it only takes like 10 seconds to backup and maybe 2-4 seconds to sync just a song and maybe 1-2 minutes to sync a movie.

    If your computer is running good I believe it should sync fast. Maybe you should clean up your computer.

    Anyway, going by your numbers:

    1. Plugging into computer while iTunes is already up I would imagine.

    2. Use the "Apply sort field > All matching fields" in the right-click or option click menu.

    3. I always thought that the "other" was application data, like maybe Tap Tap songs and such, I mean, where else would it all go, it's not all stored in the app file (probably). I highly doubt iTunes would make doubles on your iPod unless you really screwed something up.

    There.

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