Anyone have any idea about why, when I pause and then turn off my iShuffle in the middle of an audiobook, and a few days later turn it back on (non-shuffle mode, natch) and hit play, that it has backed up about forty-five minutes of listening time? There’s no way to jump ahead except by slow-forwarding — jumping to the next thing on the iShuffle takes me out of the book altogether, as it isn’t stored in chapters, but in one big lump. Why does it go backwards? When it’s off?
Anyone? Ta very much.
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