iPod Quick Question

The Toon Master

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Jul 10, 2006
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I used a flash drive to put some of my friend's songs he got on iTunes on my computer, and it asks me for his pass. Can i make it so my account will still work on my iTuens after that, or will it be continued to format as his account?
 

swiftaw

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Jan 31, 2005
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Omaha, NE, USA
Songs bought on iTunes are linked to the account that bought them. If you enter his account details on your computer you'll be able to play them but you wouldn't be able to play songs that you bought. If you switch back to your account you wont be able to play his.

PS Dont steal music :D
 

MattyMac

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Oct 6, 2005
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I swap iTunes purchased songs with one of my friends quite often. I can play both his and mine while logged onto my account anytime. All you have to do is type his password in once and it is taken care of.
 

PygmySurfer

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Aug 7, 2006
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Wellesley, ON
I swap iTunes purchased songs with one of my friends quite often. I can play both his and mine while logged onto my account anytime. All you have to do is type his password in once and it is taken care of.
Yup. iTunes lets you link up to 5 computers to one account. Essentially, you've taken one of his 5 slots.

The OP could do the same thing.