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For many people this may be obvious and I’m really scratching my head on how obvious it was, yet it was only recently that I discovered how to do it!  Usually iPods launch iTunes when plugged into a computer’s USB so for iPod Nano in particular, it’s rendered “slave” to iTunes with no operation possible on the device itself.  Why I didn’t thought of “ejecting” it from iTunes to gain back control while still charging still baffles me.  It just came to me at the time when I badly wanted to listen to an FM station in the wee hours of the morning. 🙂

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