This is embarrassing... I never had any problem to copy from/to a Symbian-based phone (I miss you N95 8GB and N8). Then I moved to Android and I saw the first problem with file copying: I need an external app (Android File Transfer.app) to transfer anything from/to my Galaxy Note. So I gave an iPhone 5C to my girlfriend in the last Christmas. In terms of filesystem protection, this is the stupidiest thing I have ever seen on a smartphone. Sorry for my complaints, but I'm really nervous. I'm just trying to copy a music library she has on her PC and iTunes says "I can only copy stuff from here if you erase your phone". Someday I copied a couple of pictures from her iPhone to my Macbook and it appears that her phone is permanently bound to my Mac now, and the only way for giving ownership from her iPhone to her PC is by formatting the phone. @#%@%$%$ WTF, Apple? Did you build smartphones or smartbaits? Now I understand in depth what the term "jailbreak" means. You can't really do nothing barely useful without installing a third-party firmware from someone who I don't know and will possibly steal my data and passwords just to get a really simple thing working: ability for transferring files from and to a PC. In short, my question is: is there a way for transferring a couple of mp3 files to her iPhone without formatting it? Please prove me that I'm a stupid guy by not knowing a really simple procedure. Thanks!