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  • daniel
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    http://www.engadget.com/2009/11/25/h...r-ipod-iphone/

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  • CreamE30
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    + however many to using Senuti

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  • leland21
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    there's one called senuti (itunes backwards) for mac. I use sharepod and it was free and works great, It's really fast too if you have a lot of music.

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  • imdashiz
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    I used a program called iDump about a year ago. worked well and it was free. not sure if its still available though

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  • chadthestampede
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    You could try http://www.ilinkpod.com/

    I dunno though. I used Ephpod and it worked ok, but they only have it for windows.

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  • M-technik-3
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    reason #? not to use iTunes.

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  • spaceshuttle
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    you can try this http://www.podtomac.com/

    i stumbled on it i haven't got the chance to use it yet though

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  • daniel
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    there are free methods to transfer songs from ipod to computer. google it.

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  • E30Nova
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    This is what I used when my hard drive died back in the day. It worked so well I actually bought it, too. I don't remember if it has limitations if you don't buy it (like only being able to copy 5 songs or something).

    If it does, let me know and I'll send you my registration info.

    Matt

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  • equate975
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    There's nothing "free" to do it, I have looked all over for this same reason. If you are using a mac try this:

    http://www.fadingred.com/senuti/

    Otherwise, I have used TouchCopy on windows to do the same thing.

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  • SLUCK
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    i have a mac. no windows. Thanks. ps thats shitty about the iphone thing

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  • 02stu
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    there is no way to do this internal to iTunes. Depending on how old your ipod is you may be able to go into windows explorer and move the music manually. Make sure you "show hidden files first". The music will be labeled with numbers but iTunes will correct that once you tell iTunes to retrieve them from their new location. You can also download a program to do this for you. Good luck, iTunes is a bitch in this respect. iTunes won't even let me move my music that I bought on my iPhone onto my computer WTF!

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  • Mike325
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    Can't you just go to

    File:

    Add file to library:

    Then select your ipod from the list and bam?

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  • SLUCK
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    Itunes music help

    My harddrive died on my imac and i lost all of my music. i have my ipod with all of the music still on it. How can i copy my music back to itunes? a free program would be nice. Thanks
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