Instead of iTunes?

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  1. Poofball

    Poofball New Member

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    Hello folks. I just got my iTouch, and got some serious problems:

    I'm using Windows XP 64-bit = there's no working iTunes.. I've been searching around for a software that'd let me connect to my iTouch with my PC, to transfer music etc, without success. Maybe you can help me?

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  2. ChrisL

    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    There's no iTunes for XP 64-bit? Weird. Anyways, there's doubleTwist and I believe there is a plug-in for Windows Media Player. One thing you should keep in mind though is that you won't be able to sync apps with your computer.
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    pyromatic New Member

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    Have you tried "dTunes"? Kinda a drag and drop program for adding music to your ipod and maybe videos but you wont we able to get apps through it
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    Nope, and yes that's very weird. And very annoying. The WMP plug-in required iTunes to be installed, and doubleTwist didn't really work. It finds the Apple iPod in the menu, but it says "Memory Capacity - 0 MB free", and there's "No media avaible" in the Pictures, Videos or Music tabs. Can't seem to add any either.

    dTunes, searched around but didn't really understand what it is, and where & how to get it.

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    Hmm..that is weird. Try using realplayer. I used to have it for my old mp3 player but it says it's compatible with iPods, iPhones, etc.
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  9. Poofball

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    I already tried all of that, nothing has worked for me.

    But I installed windows xp 32-bit on my other hard drive now, and it works there. I guess that'll do :/

    But thx anyways

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