Q: Q: How do I put my iPod in shuffle mode?

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How do I put my iPod in shuffle mode?

You can put your iPod in shuffle mode while you’re listening to it through the sound system. To do so, simply press the Random button. If you press the button for less than 0.8 seconds, you will shuffle all of your songs. If you press the button for more than 0.8 seconds, you will shuffle your albums. Press the Random button a second time to turn off shuffle.

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