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How to Delete Music from iPod

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Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

As we know, Sometimes we will get tired of the songs on our iOS and want to delete them to get more space for the new ones. To delete few music one by one is OK for us, but if there are dozens of music for us to wipe? It will be fussy if manually remove them one by one. In this circumstance, we need some third-party program like iOS Transfer to help us wipe nano songs with simple steps.

iOS Transfer is not only a nice data transfer program, but also a data managing tool for iPhone/iPad/iPod users. We can use this software to delete music from iPod in batches. It is now compatible with the latest iPhone 6/6 Plus/5s/5c/5, iPad Air, iPod touch, and so on. Why not download one copy on your PC or Mac to have a try on your own.
iOS Transfer – delete music in batches from iPod

No matter how many songs you’d like to delete from your iPod, iOS Transfer can help iOS users delete them with ease.


Step 1 Download iOS Transfer and connect iPod nano to PC
After you download iOS Transfer on your computer, you can use the data port to connect your iPod Nano to the computer. Within few seconds, the program will detect your iDevice automatically and scan out all the data for you.
ipod primary window
Note: Make sure that you’ve installed iTunes on your PC before. By the way, this program is now compatible with iPod nano 7, iPod nano 6, iPod nano 5, iPod nano 4, iPod nano 3, and iPhone 6/6 Plus/5s/5c, etc..

Step 2 Wipe the songs from your iPod nano 7
As all the data is detected and listed by the program, you can have a quick look at the songs you like to delete by clicking "Music". And tick those you’d like to remove.
delete ipod music
Notes: A data backup before the deletion will be highly recommended in case you change your mind and want your deleted music back. And you will be allowed to restore the deleted data back with the help of other data managing tool called Phone Transfer.

Of course, you will also be allowed to delete the playlist on your iPod as well. Click "Playlist" and tick the playlist that you will remove, and then click "Delete" in the left sidebar.
delete ipod nano playlist
That’s it. After the tutorial, I am sure that you know how efficient iOS Transfer is. Why not try it by yourself? It is now compatible with iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPad Air 2/ mini 3/new iPad and iPod touch/nano/shuffle, and so on, you name it. Hope this software help you solve your issues on managing iDevice data.




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