?: What songs are synced/ not synced to my itouch?

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  1. meat---wad

    meat---wad New Member

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    I can't figure out how to tell what songs are synced to my itouch from the library. I know I can look at the device tab and see all the songs that are on the ipod, but I need a way to see what songs I haven't put on yet.
    On the Zune software it shows a little icon next to every song that represents what songs are already on the device.

    Note: The sync marked only will not work in my case since there is more than one device using this library.
  2. Tommm

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    1. Make a Playlist called iPod in iTunes
    2. Add all the songs you want on your iPod to the playlist
    3. Click on your iPod in the sidebar
    4. Go to the Music tab
    5. Click on the "Selected playlists, artists and geners" option
    6. Tick the Playlist called iPod in the box that appears below, then sync.
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    Sunrisemoon New Member

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    That's what I do!
  4. biikmans

    biikmans Active Member

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    thank you for this. I was never real good using itunes and playlists etc and was wondering on an easy way to do exactly this.
  5. Flake

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    Unless you choose to sync only certain playlists, artists, or genres, iTunes will put every song in iTunes onto your iPod. Unless they all won't fit, in which case I don't know..

    I don't know what you mean by that.
  6. meat---wad

    meat---wad New Member

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    I have itunes set to manually sync cuz I have an 8G and a 32G which is really only 7G and 29G and I have too much music to let it auto sync.

    Anyways theres an option in itunes to only sync the songs that you got check marks on. look at your library youll see em.
    the check mark thing would work for my problem if it would change what songs were checked dependent on which ipod was connected. then I would be able to tell at a glance what I got on there.

    Anyways I'll give the playlist a go.
  7. Gsterv900

    Gsterv900 Banned

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    how do you turn off auto sync just a quick question
  8. nickswitz

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    Click manually sync music and videos
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    Or something along those lines... Idk what it actually is called.
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    Gsterv900 Banned

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    were do u click tat at? (im on my ps3)
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    nvm i found it
  10. Rayzilla

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    I just got the 3G 32gb Touch so I am going to give my 4gb nano to my wife. The problem is that it might be set to auto-sync. Since getting the Touch, I've added a number of new songs via CD's to the iTunes library.

    So here's my question: Will iTunes automatically sync as soon as I plug in the 4 gb nano or will it give me a chance to re-set to manual sync before auto-sync'ing (otherwise it wouldn't be called auto-sync

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    )? Will anything happen to the library?

    Thanks.

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