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What does eject before disconnecting mean?

I plugged iPod into laptop, not doing anything, what does the eject before disconnecting mean

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When iPod is connected to a computer there are times when it should not be disconnected by simply unplugging the USB cable. The reason is because the computer may still be writing data to the device, removing it prematurely will cause data corruption. In these cases, iPod must first be ejected before it can be safely disconnected.

iPod can be safely disconnected by simply unplugging the cable if the iPod display shows any of the following screens:

"Charging"

"Ok to disconnect"

The iPod main menu with the Music, Settings, and Extras selections in addition to others

iPod shuffle displays a solid amber or solid green LED

iPod must be ejected first before disconnecting if any of the following screens are displayed on the iPod:

"Do not disconnect"

"Connected, Eject Before Disconnecting"

"Sync in Progress, Please Wait..."

iPod shuffle displays a blinking amber LED

If the "Enable disk use" or "Manually manage music and videos" options are enabled for iPod in iTunes, iPod will need to be manually ejected before disconnecting the cable

To eject iPod:

Select your iPod in the iTunes Source list.

Click the eject icon next to the iPod in the Source list or choose Eject iPod from the Controls menu.

Additional ways to eject iPod

You can also eject iPod by using a keyboard shortcut (Command-E)—but only if the iPod is selected in the iTunes Source List.

If the iPod display still shows a screen indicating that it should not be disconnected as explained above, use the method below to eject iPod.

Mac

Click the Finder icon in the Dock.

Select the iPod icon.

From the File menu, choose Eject iPod (Command-E).

Windows

Double-click My Computer (Windows XP and Windows 2000) or, on the Start menu, click Computer (Windows Vista).

Right-click the iPod icon.

Choose Eject from the shortcut menu.

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you are a champion bro!

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ejecting before disconnectiion should prevent data loss

also the unejected unplugging can "harm" the drive

i unplug my usb drives on windows without ejecting, but i see when it's done doing anything - but iPods are different - and i think it would not harm when you simply click on the eject sign.

if you only want to charge and not sync the iPod - uncheck the autoconnect stuff in itunes. then it will only charge and only when you start itunes on your own - it will connect

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that is not my problem is that i eject it but then it says it could not be eject for some reason

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You should not unplug your drives without ejecting them first. I one time accidentally unplugged my flash drive without ejecting it and it now says that there is a problem with the drive. Happens every time I plug it in.

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If it's on a mac, hit the "eject symbol to the right of your iPod listing in iTunes, then physically disconnect it after it's gone from iTunes. This allows the software to close out the iPod before disconnection. Just yanking it loose can cause data corruption.

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How do I eject Before disconnecting?

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If you are on Windows then go into File Explorer and right-click on your drive and then press eject. If you are on a Mac then go into Finder and press the little eject symbol like the one you would see on a dvd drive to get the disc out. Hope this helps!

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what the ^*#! does this mean?

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Hi

When I connect my ipod via the UBS lead a message comes up 'connected eject before disconnecting'. I have followed some tips suggesting to hold down both the middle and top buttons, which I have tried. The apple logo appears, then the menu, very briefly and then it reverts back to the message.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Dave

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Mary さん、ありがとうございました!
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