Q: How do I select a podcast?

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How do I select a podcast?

You can control your iPod with the sound system controls to help you choose a podcast. To select a specific podcast, follow these steps:

  1. Press the Menu button.
  2. Rotate the Tune-Scroll knob to Podcasts, then press the knob.
  3. Rotate the Tune-Scroll knob to select a podcast title, then press the knob.
  4. Rotate the Tune-Scroll knob to select an episode of that podcast, then press the knob.
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