All of the playlists selected for updating no longer
Then when synching, I had too much music in my library for the ipod to handle so it told me about doing the smart playlist.
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I have the second generation ipod nano and people always tell me to click restore or refresh but the thing is that is nowhere on the screen.
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I have several playlists downloaded that have 50-100 songs in them, and they are updated weekly or frequently.
When the downloaded lists are updated with new songs, will my Android automatically download the new, updated list as Spotify updates it?
I erased a couple of playlists on the itunes menu I no longer wanted and then when I went to synch, this error came up "songs on the ipod cannot be updated because all of the playlists selected for updating no longer exist." Please help.....
When I try to update my nano, it says "Songs on the i Pod cannot be updated because all of the playlists selected for updating no longer exist." I have no idea whatsoever it is referring to. When i Tunes was projecting the playlist message, I kind of freaked out and deleted my entire library and imported about 200 of my songs again.
I have a 2 GB model, so I had used approximately half of the memory.
If yes, does that continue to add another 50-100 songs per list toward my song limit?
Or does the updated list "erase" the previous downloaded songs and replace them with new songs.