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Why would my iPod just spontaneously wipe out my music?

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#1 lt_dan


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Posted 01 March 2011 - 08:33 PM

Once was strange, but now on consecutive days my iPod Touch has just decided, "Nope. Your music is gone. Sorry."

Both days I was leaving my office, went down the elevator and out of the building into the street, went to go to my music and got a message that it was rearranging or re-acquiring or re-something my library. Then, "No music. You can download music from iTunes." I had 1100+ songs on there a minute ago, now you're telling me they're all gone?

Podcasts remained on the iPod. All the music, though - poof. Gone. Anyone seen that before? Anyone know why that would happen?

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