Changing song information no comp

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  1. *MATT JAM3S*

    *MATT JAM3S* New Member

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    Is there an app that let's you change song information straight from the iPod? Like artist, song name, ect.
    My computer has a virus, so I'm running my whole iPod with jailbroken apps. And mewseek pro doesn't let you change the information. Anyways thanks.
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    I don't have your answer but that app would be very useful.

    Anyone have any ideas?
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    Yeah. It would be awesome. Lol
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    Bump.

    Guys come on! Help a brother out!
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    No way.
    This information is stored in iTunesDB file and there's no documented way to change it. I think there's no even a way for apps to get into iTunes folder without explicit permission from Apple.

    Well, since 3.0 there's some new iTunes library format on device. It contains different files (including Dynamic.itdb, which may be exactly for changing info on device) and they're just SQLite databases. I don't know whether they're more significant for device than original iTunesDB, but I'll try to learn this.
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    that SUCKS. Ugh. I hate that you have to be on the computer to change it.
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    Yeah, people, in 3.0 SQLite databases really supersede that crappy undocumented iTunesDB file.
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    Yeah that does suck. Oh well, thanks for the info guys, hopefully there will be way on 3.0

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