How to Remove Copyrighted Items From MP3 Players

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In order to remove copyrighted items from an MP3 player, an individual will have to remove that song from the player by syncing it up with a computer after deleting the file source. Find out if a song has a copyright with help from a certified Mac repair technician in this free video on MP3 players.

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Hi, I'm Ben from the Cell Phone Broker in San Jose, California. Today I'm going to show you how to remove copyright items from your MP3 player. I use the IPhone, which is the same as the IPod Touch, and it's also the same as the majority of the IPod's out there on the market today. To remove copyright items from the IPod, what you have to do is you have to find the song that you want to remove on your device. First things you have to do is find the song that you want to remove, so I'm just going to click right here, scroll all the way down, and then there's the song that I want to get rid of. So, what I do next is open up my ITunes library, I come down here, and there's the song that I wanted to get rid of. So all I'm going to do is I'm going to come back over here to, to library because when you're in library, you can remove the music completely from your computer, so I'm just going to type in the name of that artist that I wanted to get rid of. I'm going to hit delete, I'm going to hit remove, and then I'm going to hit move to trash, and it'll remove it completely. From there what I'm going to do is I'm going to sync my IPhone with my computer, and then that will remove the song from my IPhone. So after the syncing is done, what you can then do is go in to your music library, you can then go and you'll see that that song has been deleted. It's no longer there. Basically, there's no real way to find out what items on your device are copywritten. You can basically just look online and find out, you know, if that song is copywritten, and whether or not you're supposed to have it, and from there you can then go delete it from your, from your music library. However, it's really not that important if you have it on your, if you have it on your IPod, nobody's probably going to find out about that. So, I'm Ben from the Cell Phone Broker in San Jose, California. Check out our website, myspace.com/cellphonebroker.

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