I've been using my iPod for months with no problems.
I now have a few songs that won't play. I also have the case where a song finishes, but thes next song does not start automatically like it used to.
I'm wondering if this is related to an instance a few days ago where I was out on my daily walk, playing my iPod, and noted that I had been holding my iPod in the same hand as my new Motorola E815 digital cellphone. Is it possible that the cell phone did something to my recordings on my iPod?
I thought I might try and reload some songs on my iPod, but I don't see how to delete songs so that the next time I sync the Ipod it will reload the deleted songs from my iTunes library.
Well, I took the plunge.
I called up iTunes and got a message that there was a new iTunes download, which I then did.
Then, there was a message there was a new iPod software that was available...I did that. Howver, instead of the update, I did a restore.
Well, then everything was messed up....iTunes no longer recognized my iPod at all.
So, I followed the rather long, but nicely detailed instruction at the Apple site to delete all copies of iTunes, and reload that, and do a complete reload of my iPod. It took me a couple of hours of times, but all seems ok now.
I guess I'll know for sure when I go on my trip on Tuesday and try it on the plane.