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Thread: ipod question

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    I was thinking of upgrading my iPod. If I buy a new one, I won't have any problems loading my iTunes on it, right? I would just connect it and ta-da?

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    yes just hook it to iTunes et voila! which one you thinking of getting?














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    I've always had the nano and I love the new size and clip of the newest generation. It would be great for walking/exercising and cleaning around the house.

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    Ohh... I want one of those too. In my case, it's probably for the really cool clock faces. Like this:

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    But you shouldn't have any trouble syncing it. You're entitled to sync to five different devices per registered user. If you've got old devices that you don't have anymore that are taking up part of your allotment of five, you can go into iTunes and once per year, remove all your device authorizations and set them up again.

    Tom (... the wrist straps are cool too!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 277374
    If you've got old devices that you don't have anymore that are taking up part of your allotment of five, you can go into iTunes and once per year, remove all your device authorizations and set them up again.

    Tom (... the wrist straps are cool too!)
    Oh, how do I do this?

    I have seen the watch faces...super cute, right?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 277382
    Oh, how do I do this?
    In iTunes, go to the Store menu and choose "View my account". There'll be a button there in the Summary section that says "Deauthorize All". Keep in mind you can only do this once a year. And you'll need to reauthorize iTunes and each individual device again.

    Also keep in mind that this will only apply to "Protected" purchases. iTunes music has been unprotected for several years so if you don't have any older "Protected" purchases, you don't need to do this.

    Tom (... I've still got some protected ones.)

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    Great, thank you!

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    I ordered the green one and bought the Kermit watch band for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 278695
    I ordered the green one and bought the Kermit watch band for it.
    Too cool! We will need pictures.

    We could just go look it up online but where's the fun in that?

    Tom (... lazy...)

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    Here it is! I like it a lot.

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