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Q: How do I fast forward or rewind with the iPod?

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How do I fast forward or rewind with the iPod?

A: When listening to a track on the iPod, you ...

When listening to a track on the iPod, you can easily fast forward or rewind. Press and hold the Up or Right button (depending on your model) for more than 1.5 seconds to fast forward, or press and hold the Down or Left button for more than 1.5 seconds to rewind. When you release the button, the track will resume.

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