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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by 03sho, Aug 5, 2008.
How do I do this?
Get an application like exPod to get all of the music from your iPod to iTunes (unless it's already there). Then sync your iPhone with the iTunes library.
connect your iphone to the same computer as you connect your nano to, same way you do anything ipod/iphone related. there's no other way to do it
You sync with iTunes.
There are utilities, such as exPod (which I previously mentioned), that allow you to rip content from an iPod to a computer.
i know i just wasnt sure whether the OP had a computer with his music library on it that he syncs his nano to, if he does there's no need to rip the nano
Thanks for your replies guys.
The music from my nano i don't have in my library.
iPods can become lost, stolen, or damaged. Why would you entrust your only copy of your music to something like that?
Many people don't back up their computer because it takes work. You've done the opposite...you went to extra effort to get rid of a backup that exists automatically.
Once you get the music into iTunes, leave it there this time.
He might have needed the hard drive space, or he might just have a bunch of music copied from a friend's computer.
Inconceivable, people would never use music they didn't pay for.
Another program that can be used to rip music from an iPod to a computer is Senuti, but I would have to put myself with the others saying to keep a backup on your computer.
Haha, aint that the truth
There is this app called Misu, that lets you connect two iPods to your mac and you can transfer songs from one to another without itunes or anything else, its awesome! check it out, it may work with the iPhone now but see it
Thanks for tip, never heard of that one.
I suggest using Senuti to transfer media from the nano to the iPhone (if you're using a Mac). I've used it to transfer media from the iPhone to the computer as well.