Question before buying a 3rd gen. touch

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  1. imac1191

    imac1191 New Member

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    Hi, i'm new on the forums, i was wondering a couple things.

    I own an ipod nano 4gb i think its 3rd generation. It's the square shaped one with video on it.

    Anyway, the music is almost filled up on that and I was really thinking about getting a 32Gb 3rd gen. touch, but when i do, and open it and plug it in what will happen.

    Will my library get deleted or all put onto it. I want to be able to start from scratch and put different songs onto the touch.
  2. ChrisL

    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    Your library on iTunes? No, it doesn't get deleted.
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    imac1191 New Member

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    Ok, thanks, but when I plug it in what will happen, because I will be using the same account for both ipods. So, will I be able to change and swap between the two.

    I plan on using both, primarily the touch though.
  4. ChrisL

    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    Yep, you can sync both devices just like normal.
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    imac1191 New Member

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    Ok, does that just mean plugging them in, i mean, that's syncing

    I really don't know that much sorry.
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    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    Yea, syncing is like the file transfer process

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    When songs get added/deleted etc.

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