iPod Nano 4 won't sync to an AppleMac

MichaelC

I re-authorised my ipod nano 4 to my wife's AppleMac and although it recognises the ipod it won't sync

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Christopher Nerney
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You might find the answer in Apple's online user guide for the Nano 4, which is here. Section 7 contains tips and troubleshooting information.

 

Good luck.

jimlynch
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You might want to check out Apple's iPod nano support page:

http://www.apple.com/support/ipodnano/syncing/

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