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Escape Pod 1.0.1

AppleScript application designed to retrieve a list of audio files stored in the hidden folders on your iPod. It also allows you to copy the files from the iPod to another disk or the internal hard disk using Internet Explorer. This application does no harm to the iPod? since there is no modification made to the iPod's disk or directory structure.

License: Freeware

Requirements: QuickTime, Internet Explorer 5 or higher, PPC, Mac OS 9 or higher with CarbonLib or Mac OS X 10.0 or higher

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Comments

1

Worked perfectly in my Ibook, is very simple.

Posted by carlios on May 25, 2003 at 11:07 PM (CDT)

2

Xplay also does the same thing with way more features then simply exporting music files.  In fact, when i use XPlay to update the firmware on my iPod, it also lets you drag and drop music from your iPod to your hard drive, store files on your iPod drive and a few other cool features.

Note:  I am using the newest version of XPlay Pre-Release for W2k etc…  This was due to the fact that I sold my iBook a few months back and needed a way to “export” songs off my iPod and create new playlists.

=)

Kevin

Posted by Kevin. in Earth on May 29, 2003 at 5:34 PM (CDT)

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