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I bought an iPod and it had some songs on there that I like and want to put into my iTunes. Is there any possible that I can do this? I know with Sony you can't "check" songs into another account. Is it the same with iTunes? It shows a list of the songs on the iPod, but I can't figure out how to play them... any help will be appreciated... thanks
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Nevermind guys... I figured it out... I just clicked on the iPod icon in iTunes... then chose to manage playlists manually... if anyone was wondering
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how did you do it exactly?
i have an ipod, powerbook and mac mini. i just got the mini and am trying to transfer the songs from the ipod to the mini (the songs on the ipod are from my powerbook).
i cant get it to work, please help.
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you can't actually do that using itunes.. I don't know what you did... to get the songs of your ipod and into itunes you have to use a program called podutil you can find it by typing podutil in to google.. its a really simple to use program.

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got it, thanks. going to try it out right now.
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