Need Help Removing Music with iTunes for Windows

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I'm a beginner when it comes to using iTunes for Windows to copy music onto my iPod Touch (I've only used it to buy music.) I've copied six songs to the device, but now I want to remove a couple. The problem is, I'm not sure how to do this exactly. On another list I wrote to about this, I was told you have to arrow down to your device's listing in the treeview, open it, and the music should be displayed. I did that, and saw various treeviews showing playlists and albums after checking the Music radio button, but no songs. So, I checked in the "Music Device Playlist", and found the songs, but when I press Delete on the one I want to remove, nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong? By the way, I'm using the latest version of iTunes with JAWS 11 and no add-on scripts like BlindTunes. If someone could help me with this, I'd really appreciate it as it's really frustrating me. Thanks. Kelly



Submitted by Larry Thacker Jr. on Tuesday, May 15, 2012

I too am relatively new to i-devices, but I think what you need to do is go to the song in the music library, (not on the device) and uncheck it. Choose "Uncheck selection" from the context menu. That makes iTunes stop syncing the song to your iPod and should result in removing it while leaving it on your PC. Someone please correct me if this is wrong.

Submitted by Phillip on Tuesday, May 15, 2012

In reply to by Larry Thacker Jr.

Before that will work you have to arrow down to your device and tab to synt only checked songs and videos and make sure it is checked