Copying music into iTunes from a Windows based iPod onto a Macbook

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  1. sam8675309 macrumors newbie

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    Hi
    I recently switched to Macs and purchased a Macbook Pro(which I love!). I'm still getting used to the OS, but I ran into a problem.

    I was using a Windows computer before for my iPod (classic, not sure if that matters). I would like to transfer the songs I have from my windows iPod, onto my new Mac, but I'm not sure if that's possible(I think I may have read on Apple's website you can't switch from Mac to Windows but I'm not sure, but thats besides the point).

    I don't really want to download a program to move my songs from the iPod onto the Mac.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. spinnerlys Guest

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    I know you don't want to download software, but maybe you could give exPod a try, as it is done with such software on both platforms anyway. I don't know if it can work with FAT32 formatted iPods though.



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    Mac OS X Basics
    Switch 101 - guide with articles made by Apple on how to accustom yourself, after you switched to Mac OS X from Windows​

    Mac 101 - How to get started with Mac OS X​

    Find out how - tutorial videos made by Apple on how to do certain thing in Mac OS X​

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    Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts - Learn about common Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts.​

    Mac OS X Beginner's Guide by MacRumors - learn about software, media players, shortcuts and some useful tips, tricks and hints​

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