Fri 24 Aug, 2007 08:00 am
Can anyone help me find the way around this technology? I want to take some songs off my iPod here at work and give them to somebody else to put on their iPod. The songs are not on anyone's hard drive; they are only on my iPod.
So I hook it up to the computer and of course there is no way to drag the files off my iPod through iTunes. Or is there? And there is no listing of the files on the iPod itself when I actually click on the iPod's icon. So how do I see the actual MP3 files on my iPod, and how do I take a few of them off?
Thanks for the help.
Oh, and did I mention that iPods and iTunes blow?
My son - who is an expert on this stuff - says you're SOL, there's no way it can be done.
and yes I agree that iPods and iTunes blow
and I believe they are the work of the devil, who is Bob Barker....but we won't go there now
You have to copy the original file from your computer, not your iPod, then authorize the new computer to play your music.
You can authorize up to 10 computers to play your music, I think.
Damn, that's what I thought. I was hoping some super-techie would be able to circumnavigate that ****. Oh well. Thanks guys.