Thanks, I needed it.
Thanks, I needed it.
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This is a good reference on some of the options you have if you ever need to transfer your music FROM your iPod back into iTunes. Unfortunately, iTunes does not have the capability, due to copyright concerns, peer-to-peer sharing, etc. But there are other critical times when you might need to do this, hard drive failure being one of them. I have about 4000 songs in my library and the thought of losing my library, playlists, etc. is disturbing to say the least. I have put a ton of hours and money organizing my music just the way I like it. It would definitely cause me pain if it were to be suddenly gone!!
This site gives several ways to go about it by giving you the instructions to find your hidden files and using disc mode on your iPod to manually do it, or it gives several shareware and freeware programs that will help you. Very informative, but I know there are a few more free programs that could have been added to this list. Still, it is a beginning if you are just starting to research how to do this. More and more programs are becoming shareware and costing $$$ and I am not interested in that.
useful to keep Steve Jobs off of your playlists...
this could be useful later...
I can do it with my Zune, muthafucka!
From the page: "Just enable the 'Disk Mode'"
the problem isn't that I can't find it, it's that it converts everything to m4a and is unable to track organization
If you own an iPod, the simplest thing to do is to NOT USE FUCKING ITUNES. ITUNES S-U-C-K-S,
YamiPod if you wish, as the site suggested (probably, I only used browser search)
I use winamp though. As the site did not suggest (probably, I only used browser search)
i was totally looking for this!and i stumbled! rofl
to do list.
Everyone who owns an iPod should have this page in their bookmarks.
This could be useful.
This is actually really helpful info... for a terrible apple oversight.
I wish I had this a year ago.