I have an ipod classic and I'm able to add music and sync music to the ipod in Banshee but I'm unable to add video or sync video to my ipod classic in Banshee. What do I need to do.
Banshee will convert the music, and then apparently add it to my ipod, but nothing will happen.
I have banshee 2.2.1
My ipod is an ipod touch 2G 32gb firmware version 4.2.1 which has been jail broken with green poin0n.
Gah, this is irritating me.
I've searched everywhere to see if others had the same problem (both forums and general internet search). No luck.
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