Loc: Central Florida
I am in way over my head here, never having had any experience with integrating an MP3 player with my iMac.
So I just began the synch process between my new iPod Touch and iTunes. The trouble is that it seems to be copying over every single song. I thought that it would just copy over the ones in my folder of songs in iTunes. Since there are almost 1,100 songs, this looks like it will take a very long time.
Should I just let it synch away and transfer all the songs and then delete the ones I don't want or is there a way to cancel and then synch only to my personal song folder?
Loc: Louisville, KY
You cancel the sync. Just go to the top of the iTunes window (where it shows what's playing, etc) and the tiny icon in that window will turn into an x, making it possible to stop syncing. This might take a minute though.
Then, you can manually manage your music on the "front page" of your iPod in iTunes. (Going by memory here) It's in the About Tab I do believe.
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