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The Icon Bar: General: iPod Nano and audioboooks
 
  iPod Nano and audioboooks
  andrew (13:35 4/1/2012)
  SparkY (13:58 4/1/2012)
    andrew (22:41 4/1/2012)
      SparkY (00:36 6/1/2012)
        andrew (08:16 14/1/2012)
 
Andrew Message #119453, posted by andrew at 13:35, 4/1/2012
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I'm listening to an audiobook on an ipod nano but when I pause it and turn off it loses position. Is this a fault with the device?
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Gavin Message #119454, posted by SparkY at 13:58, 4/1/2012, in reply to message #119453
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I'm listening to an audiobook on an ipod nano but when I pause it and turn off it loses position. Is this a fault with the device?
Go into iTunes on your computer and right click and get info on the audiobook - make sure Media Kind under Options is actually set to Audiobook and the option to "Remember playback position" is selected. Resync.
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Andrew Message #119457, posted by andrew at 22:41, 4/1/2012, in reply to message #119454
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It is set to remember playback position but it is greyed out.
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Gavin Message #119460, posted by SparkY at 00:36, 6/1/2012, in reply to message #119457
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Does it remember the position if you don't turn the iPod off? i.e. if you played something else and then went back to the audiobook?
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Andrew Message #119490, posted by andrew at 08:16, 14/1/2012, in reply to message #119460
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No it does the same - jumps back to the same point. I'm not sure if it is just this audiobook or the iPod software as some other audiobooks seem to remember the position quite well when you play something else.

[Edited by andrew at 08:17, 14/1/2012]
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The Icon Bar: General: iPod Nano and audioboooks