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Get songs off or your iPod..

by Jay730 / January 25, 2006 12:20 PM PST

Well i was listening to the podcast and you guys were talking about fooling the computer to make it think you own the songs on it... (if i understood correctly you were talking about how the library would delete the songs on your ipod because they aren't in your library) Well you don't really have to fool the computer just put the ipod on manual mode and it wont delete any of your songs.

If you want an easyer way to pull songs off of your ipod theres this program called Senuti ( for that mac that does just that, highlight the songs and press copy! there are similar programs for the PC also just have to look around.. Im not sure how legal these programs are(well if you own the songs I can't see how it would be illegal) so you might want to do some research..

My Post are ment for informational use only, I cannot be held responsible for what you do with that information...Snake on a plane...

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but it was more about if you were to buy an ipod with music stored on it, would they come as data files on the harddrive, or as song files within the playlists? and if they were song files, would it be violating copyright by copying them to your machine (well, and data files, for that matter...)

snake on a plane? one snake i could handle. it's SNAKES that scare me. Wink


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On to Windows
by Yasha I / January 29, 2006 7:12 AM PST
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How do i get them on windows?

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