Music On iPod

Discussion in 'iPod' started by pwhitehead, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. pwhitehead macrumors 6502

    pwhitehead

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    I have an old white iPod color with most of if not all my music over the years on it. I know iTunes you can't, but is there a third party app where I can connect my iPod to the mac and save all the audio files from it to my computer?
     
  2. appleye macrumors newbie

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    I hope this helps -->

    The app. ur looking for is called "SENUTI". Google it.
     
  3. pwhitehead thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I'll try it, thanks!!
     
  4. deany macrumors 68030

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    Hi
    I have owned http://www.copytrans.net for many years - free updates - highly recommended.
    hope this helps
     
  5. pwhitehead thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Is it free? I don't see any prices on their website.
     
  6. Ulenspiegel macrumors 68030

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    @pwhitehead
    You may try SynciOS (free) or AnyTrans (free trial for 7 days is available). I've been using the paid version of the latter for quite some time. Simple, effective and fast.
     
  7. pwhitehead thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thanks a lot, I'll give it a try. After finally getting a person on the phone from Apple that knows what they're talking about. I come to find out that once you sync a device on a computer, you can't bring that device to another computer and sync it. This is because sharing music off someone's iPod or iPhone onto a non sync computer is considered copyright infringement which I can make some sense of, but its rather retarded.

    When I tried offloading a friends music from his iPhone onto my computer, I kept getting the message that if I sync the device all existing media on phone excluding photo's and videos will be deleted.

    I just need a 1 quick fix of dragging and dropping the music off his iPhone, back it up and restore the same music with some new stuff back on the iPhone. Apple labels me as the unclean by doing this, oh well.
     
  8. Ulenspiegel, Aug 27, 2016
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    Ulenspiegel macrumors 68030

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    I had different reasons searching for a simple, intuitive software.
    To put it mildly, I am not a big fan of iTunes.
    Now, all these problems gone. Connect, choose what you wnat to do and it is done.
    I have my music on an external drive, on USB (for cars) and on my SanDisk MP3 Player. I stopped using iPods because of iTunes.
    The SanDisk is much easier to handle and it delivers perfectly.
     
  9. deany, Aug 27, 2016
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    deany macrumors 68030

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    Hi
    Its not free - not sure how to get it FREE but.
    but its worth it.
    cheers
     
  10. deany macrumors 68030

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  11. DeathBySprinkles macrumors member

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    are you using windows, mac or linux on your computer, I know on linux you can simply plug the ipod in and the ipod shows up in the folders as a hardrive, you then can click on it and its contents would show up in the form of folders, you can then select the folder named itunes and copy and paste the songs onto a file on your computer. I would imagine that you could do the same on windows, not sure about mac.
     

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