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Select iPod tracks in iTunes and add them to iTunes

Select tracks on the iPod and then run this script to copy the files of the selected tracks from the iPod to your iTunes Music/Media folder and add to iTunes. Additionally, you can assign the new tracks to their own playlist. Requires the iPod be set to "Manually manage music and videos".

Will not work on Windows-formatted iPods.

Not compatible with iPhone/iPod touch.

Not recommended for large-scale iPod audio recovery operations.

Action shot:

Import iPod Audio Files in action

Progress is displayed for each track being imported.

Latest version:

  • October 6, 2009

Further:

Info:

  • This is a Compiled Script
  • file format: Script Bundle
  • Gatekeeper Security: None
  • current version downloads: 15664 | total downloads: 87125
  • .zip download size: 272.8K
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Current v3.0

Free to use, but a payment
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