IpoT + Mac = :) + Windows = :( ?

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  1. Prabz

    Prabz New Member

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    I heard from my teacher that once you take a ipod synced with windows
    and sync it on a mac
    it will no longer be able to sync with windows again?

    again i doubt this but i was wondering cuz my friend wasnt to buy a mac?
  2. DJ Xander

    DJ Xander New Member

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    not true i restored on a windows and sync on a mac. i used the windows for a couple songs then re synced it to my mac. it erases the music thats on it already, but you dont have to restore etc
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    Masky64 New Member

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    If you take a Windows formatted normal iPod and put it on a Mac, it won't work. It is the opposite for Macs.
  4. twindragons11

    twindragons11 Banned

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    tell ur teacher that he/she is a dipsh!t. i am running on windows, and i took my touch to the Apple store synced it to get new songs, and wen i went home, it worked like a charm. punch ur teacher in the face for being a worthless TOOL to society.
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    twindragons11 Banned

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    ur comment made my eyes bleed. -_-
  6. Prabz

    Prabz New Member

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    LoL will do
    thxs for the feedback

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  7. Shade

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    Ipod touches are exchangeable... but older gen ipods you had to restore your winpod..

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