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How do i get songs off my ipod onto my computer???


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I took songs off my ibook to save disk space and now i want to get my songs back on my computer. How do I do this, I have an ibook g4 running panther
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there are lots of apps, ipod it, ipod browser, etc. just go to versiontracker.com and do a search for ipod.
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Go here: http://www.malcolmadams.com/itunes/s.../scripts08.php. You want the second one from the top.
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ok i know nothing about computers, and that last one throw malcolm adams was confusing?? I would need a little bit of an explanation, is there something i can just drag it from my ipod onto my comp. I think thats what the other ones were, i just have no idea how to do it
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Just download the folder, and open the Read Me file. It will tell you how to install the script. Just open Finder from the dock, open Library->iTunes->Scripts. Drag the script in there. The next time you open iTunes, click the script icon in the toolbar. It should say "Import audio files." What this means is that you can use iTunes (instead of some other application) to import your iPod tracks. Just select your iPod from the source list, select some tracks, and run the script.
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heres a drag and drop one:http://www.wildbits.com/ipoddownload/
heres what I use, its an app, real easy:http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/23244
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