SSH music into iPod touch

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  1. satointl

    satointl New Member

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    I have a friend that wasnts me to put music I have onto his iPod Touch 3G Jailbroken. Can I SSH in to the iPod somehow to put music files in? Ive seen that the folders are F00 F01 and so on; unable to put in files that way. Is there another way even without SSHing? Btw I have heard about the Manage music manually but since I use a Mac and he uses Windows; Ive read theyre formatted differently. Any help?

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  2. defakadef

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    Ok Do you have d-tunes
  3. SoBe

    SoBe Banned

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    Just use Sharepod. It's way easier.
  4. satointl

    satointl New Member

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    Never mind I saw that Senuti is getting songs off of it.

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    Yeah I have dTunes but instead of puttings songs on dTunes; can I put them on the actual Music app?
  5. Ronald Coleman

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    I do not believe so, prove me wrong if i am. But i believe the music mp3 can be added but you need another file with information to add it to the list.
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    Try using iTunes.
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    Yea. Use iTunes.
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    satointl New Member

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    But I thought if an ipod is already synced with its "home-computer" it would have to be erased when synced with another...I am wrong?

    @Ronald Coleman: Another file?
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    Wait is dTunes legal? Like with music?
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    there is a difference between syncing and manually managing music. if you manage it yourself, you can use itunes to add music from as many libraries as you want.

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