Why do my songs continue from where I was playing them?

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  1. WallStreetGuru

    WallStreetGuru New Member

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    If I start listening to a song and then skip it, my iPOd will continue the song from where I was listening to it the next time i play that song. Why wont it start from the beginning? I have had my iPod since last year and i just noticed this. Its driving me nuts
  2. kevin1st

    kevin1st Well-Known Member

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    thats the way every ipod is and most mp3 players handles music. it starts where you leave off.
  3. WallStreetGuru

    WallStreetGuru New Member

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    really? i never noticed it
  4. G8D

    G8D New Member

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    You can kill this feature in settings. I only have it running for my videos.
  5. SirBespoke

    SirBespoke New Member

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    Where do you find this in settings? I also experience this.


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  6. tHeSiMpSoNsMaN

    tHeSiMpSoNsMaN New Member

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    go to edit> select all. Then right click on a song go to get info> options then on remember position put no.
  7. SirBespoke

    SirBespoke New Member

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    Will I have to keep doing this for every new song I add into iTunes?
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    Wow, that is already set to no.

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    Did the jailbreak do this?

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