Can't upload playlists onto to IPOD nano (5th generation).

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    ScottinVT New Member

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    Hi, this is driving me crazy. I can't upload playlists from iTunes onto my IPOD nano. I don't know what happened, as it was working fine up until now. So: I plug the IPOD USB into my computer keyboard (as I've always done).

    I open Itunes, click on the IPOD icon, which shows me the summary.

    Then I click on 'Music' and get the 'Sync music" block with the three radial buttons. There's a black dot in the first button which says "Entire music library." I want to change this to "selected playlists, artists and genres," but as I said the buttons are frozen.

    I don't know what's causing this. I tried resetting the IPOD to the factory settings, erasing the music I had on there in the process.

    Can someone help with this? Mega thanks, Scott
     
    ScottinVT, Jun 18, 2016
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    Cory Cooper Moderator

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    Hello and welcome.

    It isn't normally recommended to connect an iOS device to the USB inputs on a keyboard. They should be connected directly to a USB port on the Mac itself. Most keyboard cannot supply enough USB power for them. It could also be a failing cable.

    -Which version of OS X?
    -Do you have another USB cable?
    -Which version of OS X and iTunes?

    C
     
    Cory Cooper, Jun 18, 2016
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