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ipod to pc

Discussion in 'iPod discussion' started by hoddey, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. hoddey

    hoddey Regular member

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    is there a free app to put my music back on to my pc on all ipods . cheers
     
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    what about itunes
     
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    hoddey Regular member

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    what about itunes you cant take music of the ipod and put on your hard drive but you can put music on the ipod from the pc
     
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    ok its been a while since i done this, it was on xp
    click on start go to my computer, up the top where it says TOOLS click on it , go to where it says folder options, go to view, and where it says hidden files & folders, change to "show all files and folders" click apply
    now put your ipod in and click on the D,E,F what ever drive it says
    and you will see nearly "see through" folders in 1 of them there will be 50 more folders all your music/videos/pictures ect will be in there :)
     
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    xboxdvl2 Regular member

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    thats very similar to what i did last time i tryed.I went straight into the ipod (e: or f:) found all the mp3 files and did a copy and paste.the only problem was most the tracks were not labelled correctly.All the tracks worked.
     
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    thats right yes about the "name"
    i'm sure there is a programme out there that does sort it with the track names
     
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    One is call File Explorer. I can also recommend icopyexpert. It will do some things not possible with file explorer.
     
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    guoquan, is it free? What I suggested was free. There is a free way to convert videos as well. Defab->Shrink->handbreak. That process is far more solid that the Swiss Army knife approach. I have Defab Platinum (not free), that will do everything in one click I sill use the slower approach because it works perfectly every time.
     

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