Using an iPod not on my Home Computer.

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  1. Guegs

    Guegs Member

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    I am getting my iPod in the city today, and i don't live in the city, but my sister does.

    If I plug my iPod into her computer in the city, will I be able to use it on the computer I have at home, and have all the songs that she had on it deleted?

    Thanks.
  2. hakk79

    hakk79 Well-Known Member

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    I believe so. iTunes uses an iTunes account so when you get home you can just put in your username and password into your iTunes program, and disable authentication on her computer. Furthermore, you can delete the songs if needed.


    I am quite confused, but does this answer your question?
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    Unless she purchased the songs and she is going to give you her account info to authorize your machine they will be erased. However if you use Senuti or another app to copy the music to your computer before syncing you can do that and then add them to your library
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    I believe a good one for Windows is iPod Access. I have used it in the past myself. Google it.

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