True, they could always supply it all on a DVD for you to put into iTunes or you could use 3rd party software to download the music first. Is this anything to do with the iPod vending machine I have been hearing about?Jaffa Cake said:Surely though this idea suffers from a serious flaw. You can't download any more music from your computer without wiping the preloaded songs at least, not without a third-party hack. Or am I just missing something?
When you connect your iPod to your Mac or PC, you're presented with a dialogue window asking if you want to link the iPod in with the music library of that particular computer. Click no, and you can't add or delete songs off the iPod but if you click yes, it deletes the music already on the iPod and replaces it with your computer's music library. So, you can't add more music to your preloaded iPod without losing the music already on there at least, not without using third party software.foisGras said:why would they lose songs?
curiously enough, one of the things on paris's to-do list found on her hacked sidekick was "buy a lap top" although i doubt she would have any idea how to use it except just turn it on.clayjohanson said:This must be the sort of thing that idiot celebrities like Paris Hilton and Melanie Griffith use... I mean, seriously, can you see either of these nitwits actually USING a computer? That, or they pay some techie to buy their CDs, rip them, and then copy them onto an iPod.
puckhead193 said:I heard on the local fox news up in here in boston (Fox 25) that there are companies now that will take your cd's and import them on your ipod. How lazy can one be