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Topic # 25171 13-Aug-2008 21:29
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Is anyone using anything other than itunes to manage there music on there iphone or itouch?

Having some issues with itunes moving some music into the libary that use to be there.. I've reinstalled cut to a cd then try to reimport even removing the id3 tags didnt work..

I've read media monkey can do it?

Anywho just wondering if anyone have tried anything else?

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  Reply # 156720 13-Aug-2008 21:33
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Actually, i'm also looking for an alternative too that doesn't involve jailbreaking.

I don't understand why people like iTunes over WMP? At least WMP does what it says it does!




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  Reply # 156728 13-Aug-2008 21:49
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dont use media monkey... itunes cant read my phone now after I used it to add an album to it. I'll post more when I get things working again.




Toys:  iphone 4s; PS3 good times.  13inch macbook pro.   ipad 3. ï£¿ 27inch imac.   airport express & time machine. raspberry-pi running xbmc and a gopro try hard.

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