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Restoring iTunes playlists from crashed computer


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My PC crashed and I had all my files backed-up via Carbonite. I've been able to restore my music but not the playlists. I have some of my fav playlists on my phone. Should I just hook my phone up to the computer to get those playlists?
Looking around on finder I don't see anything that looks like a playlist back-up folder that I could import them from.

Also I copied folders that contained my apps and they are in finder where they were previously but in itunes they are not there.
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