Music's Gone.

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by Ex-Touch, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. Ex-Touch

    Ex-Touch New Member

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    I'm on a 2.1 jailbroken iPod touch, and I just plugged my iPod in and it synced. I noticed that I had 3.16 GB in the Other section and no Audio. To check my paranoia, I checked my iPod. No music. How do I get my music back in my iPod without manually deleting and resyncing?
  2. Zink

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    You have to delete it and resync thats the only way i can think of
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    Where is the music located in the file system because iTunes doesn't delete it?
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    restore
    nuff said
  5. cainy

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    you dont need to restore, SSH in and go to User/Media/Itunes_control/Music/

    and delete the folders in there, the music is on your ipod just not in its database, had to do that a few times with my ipod mini through disk mode

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  6. Ex-Touch

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    Yeah, hell no. Not going through that process again. It's a pain in my ass.

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    Is /var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/Music/ where it's located will all the F# folders?
  7. cainy

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    yea, sorry got another path from winSCP lol, just delete all the F# folders, if you go into em you should be able to see MP3 files in em
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    Yep. In the process of that now. iPhoneBrowser is a bit slow when deleting. About 2 minutes per deletion.
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    Jarlath Retired Moderator

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    Use DiskAid. Faster, better - and less prone to crashing.
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