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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by SweetPoison, Nov 25, 2011.
Is that a lot?
Here is a good guide Marie, 4gb=1000 songs
I have another dumb question.
Does one have to have an iPod to access our songs in iTunes, or will any M3P Player work?
This does not really help me, babe.
"Holds up to 500 to 2,000 songs"
I kinda already knew that. I am wanting to get my daughter a new MP3 Player, and it is 4 GB "of memory" She has the old ipod Nano, and she just said last night it was full....
What are you reading Marie......it definitely says 4gb is 1000 songs......now this will always be approximate, if your songs are all variations of live Led Zeppelin songs then it will hold 3!
You need wine......cheese.....duvet......sleep.
Oh Sh!tums. It does?
You are right I do need food and sleep. I am going out to brave BLACK FRIDAY! I just need too, darn it.
Thanks, babe! Did you answer my other question? lol!
I don't use anything other than Apple, you know that..........I chop food with the front edge of my MacBook Air, reverse the fan on my white macbook to do the hoovering and serve drinks on my iPad!
So I haven't tried any other makes of mp3 player!!!
Bump...you guys are really funny!!! I love it!!
Well thank you, woman!
She doesn't want this MP3 player anyways. It won't fit into her docking station ~ only Apple ipods, apparently.
iTunes only work with iDevices.
You can export the tracks to another program that will work with other devices; or manage them manually. But if you have been buying iTunes tracks you'd want to make sure the player supported AAC, apple's flavor of MP4; or you'll have to convert the tracks.
But since your daughter has the good taste to insist on an iPod, this is a non-issue.