Transfer MP3s from iPod to iTunes

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  1. vahnx

    vahnx Banned

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    I spent a good few hours the one day organizing all my music, placing the right album info in and artwork, but this was all on my iPod Touch. I have the songs on my computer as well but they're missing all that info. I know I should of done the music on my computer first then re-copied the music over to the iPod but I didn't fully think it through.

    Is there any way to transfer all that information on my iPod songs to my desktop?
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    vahnx Banned

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    Ah thanks. I used sharepod because Cl8rs said it was the best and it seemed to work with no hassle.

    PS They need to show posts counts, not just Join Date of users.
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    How did you do that? Did you need a certain application?
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    You can change that here,
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    Go down to "Show post count" and change to yes.
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    nintendokid97 New Member

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    SSH into your iPod(assuming it's jailbroken, you can also use a USB method like ifunbox..) and then browse to your library, you'll see weird music and video file names like "QHFU" or something its ok drag them into itunes and VIOLA!
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    1.Download a free or trial version of a "ripping" program and install it on your computer.
    2.Create a folder with enough space for store music files.
    3.Using ripping application you purchased or downloaded, copy all the music off your iPod and put it into that folder.
    4.Burn all your music onto CDs, DVD-ROMs, or copy them onto an external Firewire or USB hard drive.
    5.Drag that folder into the main iTunes window. You music will then import into iTunes.
    Hopefully it works.

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