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Music Rescue 4.0 offers QuickRecover, iPhone, iPod touch support


KennettNet Software has released Music Rescue 4.0, the latest update to its iPod media recovery tool. Announced in May, Music Rescue 4.0 adds new features such as QuickRecover, a way to easily rebuild an iTunes library, support for the iPhone and iPod touch, a revamped user interface, Smart Playlist support, an improved media player, and faster, smoother copying. To thank iLounge readers for their help in beta testing, KennettNet Software is offering all iLounge readers a half-price discount voucher for purchases of Music Rescue 4.0, valid until August 8th, 2008. To claim the discount, use the coupon code ILOUNGE during checkout on the company’s online store. Music Rescue 4.0 is available now and sells for £10 (roughly $20).

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I had some trouble with v4. I e-mailed Music Rescue support and had a reponse in 10 minutes. Great service.

Posted by Charles Starrett on July 30, 2008 at 8:05 AM (CDT)


I hope everything works out so I can download music

Posted by Charles Starrett on January 23, 2009 at 6:15 PM (CST)


Im at the step where I have a window that says “Adding tracks to iTunes” and it seems to have froze.  Do I need to start the process over? Its been about 20 min and its says time Unknown. Nothing seems to be happening.

Posted by Charles Starrett on June 12, 2009 at 2:55 PM (CDT)


Hi.  I have successfully transferred all my songs from my iPod to my new mac laptop using Music Rescue.  But now I can’t exit Music Rescue at all!  I have tried everything, from clicking on the Quit button, trying to quit from Finder and I can’t.  I can’t even shut down my laptop because the open Music Rescue is preventing me from doing so.  It appears to have frozen with the dialogue box “iPod disconnected.  To continue working with Music Rescue, reconnect your iPod or click “close” to close the current window.  I have tried both and nothing happens.  HELP!

Posted by Charles Starrett on April 3, 2011 at 1:50 AM (CDT)

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