HT2396 I quit iTunes while voice memos were importing from an ipod. Now iTunes won't import the memos. What do I do?

Hello. I quit iTunes while voice memos were importing from an ipod. Now iTunes won't import the memos. What do I do?
Thank you very much,
Roger

I have the same problem!! only thing is that i have the ipod touch 5th generation and a mac. I've been trying to find a way to get all my music to play cuz it will only play on itunes but when i try to play it on my ipod it'll just show a circle with a red square in the middle next to the songs i cant play.

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