No memory

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.4 Jailbreak' started by Jroen_w, Jun 1, 2008.

  1. Jroen_w

    Jroen_w New Member

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    First of all, i apologize for my not that great English, but i'll give it a shot:
    Since today, my iPod gives me the message that i don't have any music and video's on it, but they are still on. In iTunes it says that the memory that first was for the music and video's, now is used bij "others".
    I can't listen to any music to, cause also my iPod says that there isn't any music on it, but the memory is used. For some reason my pictures are still on, and everything else works just like normal.
    Anyone know how to fix this problem without having to restore my iPod?!
  2. Manic Nimrod

    Manic Nimrod Well-Known Member

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    why did you post this twice
  3. Jroen_w

    Jroen_w New Member

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    Sorry, didn't know it what of the 2 topics i had to post this..
    About the problem:
    If i ad a new playlist, and synchronise my iPod, it just shows that playlist.
    So i can add new stuff, but only in the 2 gb that i still have left, the rest is still in "others" and is nowhere to be found on my iPod..
  4. mrgas2004

    mrgas2004 New Member

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    maybe try re-syncing so that itunes thinks it did?
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    Jroen_w New Member

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    Doesn't work, it says that there is not enough room to put on all playlists.
    If i select only 1 playlist, it only shows that 1...
    Anyone else?
  6. jameshez

    jameshez New Member

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    Is the touch jailbroken or not?
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    flattop95 New Member

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    click reset settings in settings
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    IS IT JAILBROKEN??? if it is you should restore. I had a problem like this. It went away after awhile and then other problems started to arise from it. Restore it!
  9. Jroen_w

    Jroen_w New Member

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    Is there no other way?
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    kurtisboyd Member

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    Like flattop95 said above, try pressing the Reset All Settings button in the settings.

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