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Can you add playlists to ipod shuffle w/o synching?

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#1 fuman


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Posted 03 January 2011 - 02:17 PM

Hi. I have an ipod shuffle which I LOVE. But it was synched to a computer that died. I had my music backed up but the restore lost all my playlists and some songs because I was missing a disk. I love what's on my shuffle now but it's 4gigs and less than half full, and I have lots of music I would like to add. Does this require a 3rd-party fix, or is there a way to add a folder with a new playlist in the "storage device" mode so that it will be recognized and incorporated into my shuffle?

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#2 Team Wondasan

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Posted 11 January 2011 - 05:17 PM

Well sort of yea download from app store search download and well it's a green arrow pointing down get that and get music from there after the music downloads go to files and there u go

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