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Transferring Songs From iPhone To PC

Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Cowboys&LakersFan, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. Cowboys&LakersFan

    Cowboys&LakersFan Benched

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    How do you transfer songs from your iPhone on to your PC?
  2. DallasEast

    DallasEast Cowboys 24/7/365 Zone Supporter

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    iTunes.
  3. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

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    :laugh1:
  4. Cowboys&LakersFan

    Cowboys&LakersFan Benched

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    I know, but I wanna make sure iTunes doesn't delete all my music.
  5. Joshmil53

    Joshmil53 Active Member

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    I don't think you can. I thought it was Pc to Iphone/Ipod only.
  6. Dodger

    Dodger Indomitable

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    It can be done. 3rd party software is available to do it. Just Google it, and you'll find them.
  7. AmarilloCowboyFan

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    Yes, I used a program not too long ago. I'll post the name of it when I get home. It's on my home pc. Worked great.
  8. CanadianCowboysFan

    CanadianCowboysFan Lightning Rod

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    Itunes but if all else fails, attach it to an email and email it to yourself.
  9. Lodeus

    Lodeus Well-Known Member

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    Files might be hidden. Check that first.

    I remember my iPod would be a removable storage device and Id be able get the songs that way.
  10. Sam I Am

    Sam I Am Unfriendly and Aloof!

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    Use Android and all your music are mp3s that you can do whatever the hell you want with. None of that iTunes bull****. :)
  11. AmarilloCowboyFan

    AmarilloCowboyFan Active Member

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    I used a program called sharepod from CNET downloads.

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