Updating ipod shuffle
I am attempting to sync a selected playlist to my i Pod shuffle (which obviously has limited memory) and instead of syncing the playlist, Spotify starts syncing my Local Files.If i attempt to unselect the Local Files the whole program shuts down.If that window doesn't appear, you can start an update manually by following the steps below.New versions of i Tunes are almost always better than the last—but not every time and not for every user.Launch the i Tunes software Under the Make sure the Sync Music option is enabled -- click the check box next to it if not.If you want to transfer all your music, click the radio button next to Entire music option.In that case, a pop-up window announcing the upgrade appears when you launch i Tunes.
Connect the i Pod to your computer using the provided dock connector.Recommendation: If you are inexperienced with updating Apple device drivers manually, we highly recommend downloading the Apple i Pod Second Generation (Shuffle) Driver Utility.This tool will download and update the correct Apple i Pod Second Generation (Shuffle) driver versions automatically, protecting you against installing the wrong i Pod Second Generation drivers.If I then open it again, it has just started syncing my local files all over again.
This page contains information about installing the latest Apple i Pod Second Generation (Shuffle) driver downloads using the Apple Driver Update Tool.
Using outdated or corrupt Apple i Pod Second Generation drivers can cause system errors, crashes, and cause your computer or hardware to fail.