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How to transfer your iphone songs to a new computer hdd?


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Hey guys, i have a 3g iphone and i want to transfer all the songs from it to my new laptop. Is there a way to do that? My songs are about 6GB and dont have an exter hdd or a memory card that big. Anybody know any free softwares to do that? thanks in advance
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You can get iTunes purchase music off by selecting the sync purchased music from iTunes File Menu. For other music. I have no idea but it's never a good idea to keep your music only on and iPod/iPhone.

If you have them on another computer, burn DVDs if you have to.


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thanks for the reply, i remember once seeing this software that copies all your music on any computer you want to.
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I use iPodrip.
Works like a charm.

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I personally recommend "Pod to Mac" Pod to Mac - Free iPod, iPhone Music Transfer Software
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I use Sinuti for mine.

Works with the iphone as well.
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