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Moving songs FROM ipod TO Itunes library

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#1 jalphabet


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Posted 17 January 2010 - 08:17 PM

I have two computers with Itunes on each. I want to move the songs from one library to another. I've loaded my ipod with my primary Itunes library (about 1400 songs) but when plugged into the second computer, I can't figure out how to add those songs to the library. I've tried several options with no success; can't click & drag, can't cut & copy.

I need a solution as many of these songs are for playlists being used in a wedding ceremony. HELP!!



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#2 xblindx


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Posted 21 January 2010 - 05:51 PM

Hi, you can try installing SharePod on the computer that you want the songs transferred to.

#3 irish92


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Posted 23 February 2010 - 08:34 AM

Assuming you are running on windwows,

Go to my computer, click on your ipod, open it, then go to tools and folder options, show hidden folders, then apply that. When you have done this, click the folder called iPod_Control, and the the folder called Music, these folders contain all your music on your iPod, you can copy the folders to your hard drive and then import them to your iTunes library.

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