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    Question How to back up or extract songs from iPhone?
    Hi guys, I got a friend who has a 3G un-jaibroken iPhone who needs to extract his music out of his iPhone cause his PC got into the rain and his HDD aparently is stuffed... Any ideas or programs to do that???

    It would be good if they were free... But otherwise let me know...
    D.Xenotime
    iPhone model: 2G
    iPhone firmware: v 3.1.2
    OS: Window 7 x64 Bits
    Status: Jailbroken
    Theme: Customized Full Metal Panic!? Theme

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    iPhone? More like MyPhone Sakyr's Avatar
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    When my PC crashed I used TuneAid it works great only down side is its not free.

    Here's the link: TuneAid - Transfer your iPod Music & Videos to your Computer (PC Windows & Mac OSX), iPhone & iPod Touch compatibility.

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    I've extracted music through a free file viewing program i-FunBox.

    Download the program and launch.

    Go to: private/var/mobile/media/iTunes_Control

    You will see many individual folders with coded music. This is a free way to extract the music, but the files are coded until you insert the music into iTunes. You will then see the proper music names and info.

    You can go back to the media folder and see many other files...photos, videos, downloaded music, etc.

    Edit: If this is less than perfect check out TuneAid as Sakyr suggests.
    Last edited by SkyGuy5; 2009-07-08 at 10:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyGuy5 View Post
    I've extracted music through a free file viewing program i-FunBox.

    Download the program and launch.

    Go to: private/var/mobile/media/iTunes_Control

    You will see many individual folders with coded music. This is a free way to extract the music, but the files are coded until you insert the music into iTunes. You will then see the proper music names and info.

    You can go back to the media folder and see many other files...photos, videos, downloaded music, etc.

    Edit: If this is less than perfect check out TuneAid as Sakyr suggests.
    Cool thanks!
    D.Xenotime
    iPhone model: 2G
    iPhone firmware: v 3.1.2
    OS: Window 7 x64 Bits
    Status: Jailbroken
    Theme: Customized Full Metal Panic!? Theme

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