dTunes help

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  1. Devoo55

    Devoo55 New Member

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    When you download music on Safari and it goes into dTunes, can you move those music files to your library without using SSH and being connected to the computer?
  2. AvodCS

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    If you see the settings in dTunes, there's a box that says "Access system files". If you turn it on, you can navigate the iPod Touch files like if you were using SSH (that option lets you navigate other areas). Now, you can also move the file around (haven't checked it out). If you can find the folder where all the mp3's are stored, you could drop it there and it should appear on your iTunes Library. I'm not sure it can be done, I'll try it later
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    stephenn08 New Member

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    ^ There is no setting "Access system files"?
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    My bad, I mixed two things. I meant MobileFinder. Using that app, you can move files around and explore the iPod Touch/iPhone like you would normally do via SSH. Now, the dTunes saves every downloaded file in /var/movile/Library/Downloads/. Using MobileFinder you can move those files around. This is useful if you also use an app like DropCopy, you can download a file, move it to the folder DropCopy stores its files in and share it with a friend. All without a computer or SSH.
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    noob question alert.......where is your music stored
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    /var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/Music

    Good luck though, it makes no sense to me. It's not just a matter of drag and drop.

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    yea i tried and got nothing

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