|Jun 4, 2007, 10:05 PM||#1|
I turned off automatic synchronization of songs so that I can access my iPod from my iTunes at work. Then I added some songs to my main iTunes, and selected File/Synchronize "Howard Brazee's iPod", and waited until it was done.
I then checked my iPod, and my songs weren't there. I checked back, and they still were in my iTunes.
What did I do?
Is the only way to synchronize to turn off manual synchronization, and then turn it on again when I'm done?
I want my iPod to have all the songs from my main iTunes, but still have the songs accessible when I'm plugged into a different computer.
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