What other programs are there for IPOD like sharepod?
I have a new 30G IPOD Video, and my friend put a ton of music on it with his MAC, now when I try to put the music onto my computer or sync it with my own music, it tries to restore, which I don’t want because it will delete all my music. Sharepod wont work b/c I have a newer version of IPOD. Is there any other good, free programs that can extract all of the music from my IPOD so that I can restore it and then put all of my friends music and my own music back into it?
Answer by The Clumsy Ninja
Senuti (http://www.fadingred.org/senuti/) worked very well for me. I bought a used Nano that was Windows-formatted and wanted to save the previous user’s music to my Mac’s HD. Senuti copied all the music perfectly. But it’s for Macs only.
For Windows PCs, Engadget recommends ephPod (http://www.ephpod.com/) and will walk you through getting music off your iPod with that program (http://www.engadget.com/2004/11/02/how-to-get-music-off-your-ipod/)
Or you can always enable “View hidden files” on your computer, explore the iPod, open its “Music” folder, and copy all of the files in that folder. (The names of the tracks are all garbled, but if you drag them into iTunes they should work fine.)
Answer by S J
There are others like Sharepod but I don’t know if they are compatible with the newer versions either. Most aren’t free like Sharepod either. Here are a few:
Mac & Windows:
iPodRip – http://www.thelittleappfactory.com/a…hp?app=iPodRip
iPodRip supports recovering your songs and playlists, playback of audio files and much more.
iPodRip is compatible with Mac OS X 10.2 and later, and Windows XP and 2000. iPodRip is shareware and will run without limitation for 10 sessions before registration is required.
PodUtil – http://www.kennettnet.co.uk/software/podutil.php
PodUtil is a shareware utility for copying songs from your iPod to your computer. PodUtil is compatible with Mac OS X and 9.x, and Windows XP and 2000.
OS X and 9.x, and Windows XP and 2000:
iPod Music Liberator – http://www.zeleksoftware.com/products.htm
The iPod Music Liberator is a full-featured music-management utility that allows you to copy music from your iPod to a Mac or PC. It supports Mac OS X and Windows XP, 2000, NT and 98.
iPod Access – http://www.drewfindley.com/findleydesigns/index.html
iPod Access allows you to copy music from your iPod to a Mac or PC. It supports Mac OS X 10.1 or later and Windows XP or 2000.
Mac OS Only:
PodWorks – http://www.scifihifi.com/podworks/
PodWorks allows you to copy songs from any Mac iPod to any Mac running OS X 10.2 or later. A free trial version (30 day time limit, 250 song copy limit) is available.
Windows PC only:
Anapod Explorer – http://www.redchairsoftware.com/anapod/
Anapod Explorer (free version) allows you to view your iPod and copy files to it as a device in Windows Explorer. The full version allows you to transfer files from your iPod to a PC. Anapod Explorer requires a PC-formatted iPod and Windows XP, 2000, ME or 98SE.
CopyPod – http://www.copypod.net/index.php
CopyPod enables you to transfer your music library from your iPod to your PC without losing ratings and playlists. CopyPod requires Windows XP or 2000.
Xplay – http://www.mediafour.com/products/xplay/
XPlay provides a powerful Explorer-integrated drag-and-drop interface that makes transferring music to and from the iPod quick and simple. XPlay enables Windows users to use both Windows- and Mac-formatted iPods. XPlay requires Windows XP, 2000, ME or 98SE.
iPod Agent – http://www.ipodsoft.com/index.php?/software/ipodagent
iPod Agent is a utility for managing contacts, appointments, mail, notes, tasks, RSS feeds, weather and more. It is not a music manager but works alongside iTunes to enable you to transfer songs from your iPod to a PC. iPod Agent requires Windows XP, 2000, or 98 and Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1.
http://www.ipodsoft.com/site/pmwiki.php?n=igadget.Homepage iGadget allows you to realize the full potential of your iPod. With iGadget, you’ll be able to transform your iPod into much more than a simple music player. You’ll have the ability to turn your iPod into an information repository. You’ll be able to transfer all kinds of data to your iPod, including driving directions, contacts, appointments, email, notes, tasks, podcasts, RSS news feeds, weather forecasts, daily horoscopes, movie showtimes, gas prices and more!
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Answer by I R G _ H I Q
change accounts and stop signing up for porn
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-For “blatant” spam… do not ever, ever, ever (!!!) use the Unsubscribe button! This lets the spammers know you’re there! They’ll be glad to take you off their spam list… then add your address to 10 more!
-If you use Outlook or Outlook Express to read email, turn off HTML graphics in incoming email— you can do this with some web mail services too. Spammers create their images in such a way that they’re no longer part of your email— they’re actually stored on a computer somewhere else, and just display on your computer. When you open one of these, even if it’s just in the preview pane, your computer accesses that remote server without your even knowing it. That lets the spammer know your address works, and now you’re on even more lists!
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