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While most Android and Windows Phone devices act like external drives when connected to a computer with a USB-cable, transferring files to and from an iOS device is a little more tricky. This is where the iStick comes in. iStick is a USB-drive with an integrated Apple Lightning connector which makes it compatible with more recent iPhone, iPad and iPod generations. 

On a Mac or PC it just works like any USB-stick and you can copy and move data to and from the iStick via drag-and drop or copy-and-paste. On the iPhone or other iOS devices it works with a companion app that allows you to view photos and stream music or video directly from the stick, or transfer files to and from the phone or tablet.

Sanho, the company behind the iStick, is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the project. The funding goal has already been reached but you can still pre-order the smallest 8GB version of the iStick for US$79 instead of the US$129 retail price. Delivery is expected in August. Higher capacity models are available as well, the largest 128GB version will set you back US$299.  Check out the iStick Kickstarter page and watch the video below for more information.

Source: Kickstarter | Via: Amateur Photographer


 

Comments

Total comments: 77
literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

Did all of the backers buy an apple product by mistake? Maybe they are looking for a better experience, the ‘user is empowered experience’. The android experience.

You can do this very easily and very inexpensively on android. But if you get a crippled apple product, then you need to overpay for an unreliable kickstarter program to eventually produce a product? Lame.

If you buy an apple product, you should already know you are getting a device that has been intentionally crippled by apple with the “My way or the highway!” apple philosophy.

If you want a capable, powerful tablet that doesn't treat you like a child and allows you to do industry standard things like connect a reasonably priced usb flash drive - then you should carefully shop for a premium android tablet (or get a windows tablet).

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Maxim_C
By Maxim_C (2 months ago)

DOA - iOS8 and OSX Yosemite will allow (Sep) AirDrop between Macs and iDevices

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kff
By kff (2 months ago)

it is maybe stupidity to buy next accessories ... everybody can try to think in the time buying device :)

Why iPad Camera KIT, why this etc. ? Summary - It isn't about cheap things.

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srados
By srados (2 months ago)

Take your Iphone cable, plug one end to your phone,another into your PC, find DCIM folders, Copy>Paste. Viola! Done!
Really retarded idea that now I need a "special" device.Please note, I do not use Itunes crap to transfer anything or music ,I hate music. I hate Itunes and music.Yes I am hater of spending money on music.My next telephone will be Samsung.

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srados
By srados (2 months ago)

And I do not Cloud anything...I hate clouds.Yes I am "hater"

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Brian Cheyne
By Brian Cheyne (2 months ago)

Transcend has something like this for Android, so not a new idea....

http://www.transcend-info.com/Products/No-501

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literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

Yes, apple has crippled their hardware by not supporting industry standards.

It isn't just 'not a new idea', the basic idea is decades old. Leading Android devices simply supported the obvious standards: usb otg, and usb mass storage.

You get this functionality easily and inexpensively on android, without some lame kickstarter program designed to overcome apple's arbitrary and customer-unfriendly limitations.

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Siddharth
By Siddharth (2 months ago)

Not a terrible idea.. Considering you wouldn't want to use up your data limit on watching movie etc. from cloud..
I have free 50 GB on Box but doesn't mean I stream music or movie on my iphone from it using my 3G/ 4G connection
The pricing is terribly high for a simple product like this..
Eventually going to killed by Chinese copies with better features..

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literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

The pricing is terribly high, but part of that is 'paying the apple tax'. Apple doesn't let you use the lightening connector to talk to the ios device without paying them a tax.

The best solution is to avoid apple products.

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joe6pack
By joe6pack (2 months ago)

Isn't that USB drive / SD card adapaters for iPhone?

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literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

Yes, that exactly what this is trying to be. On android and windows mobile, you get this for free! With the fruit company, you have to pay extra and jump through hoops to get it.

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Culinsky
By Culinsky (2 months ago)

Come on... people buy apple... the same will buy this stick... i'm so sure. I'm just glad it's not me (as a consumer) and... I quite envy the developers/sellers... Easy money with such a solution over a problem that doesn't actually exist :)

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

"cloud", see the problem?

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MnTony
By MnTony (2 months ago)

Has no one heard of iCloud?

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

"cloud"

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literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

Yes, we've heard of it and we don't want it. We want to own or own media and carry it on our own devices, so its there when we want it.

0 upvotes
plastique2
By plastique2 (2 months ago)

Tears come into my eyes reading about this marvelous device for I have no use for it since I have abandoned all my apple hardware (well, except my imac which i'm using with windows installed).

For the apple protectors: whatever you say in response to so called apple bashing like "this can be done on apple devices too" - well, yes, but on non-apple devices it can be done with much less hassle and without workarounds. Example: i plug in my android phone to my pc, i open in any file manager of my liking the phone's drive letter OR device name (both is available) and start copying and whatever else is needed. Please notice: the mentioned steps are THE ONLY necessary steps. No WinSongs or iTunes or any other jumbomumbo-no-other-can-do-it-miracle-software-or-super-duper-in-between-device is necessary. That's what the apple protectors always forget to mention.

When hacked, apple stuff is quite cool. So what the heck, let's hack it ;)

He Leute, lasst euch nicht verappeln ;)

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Alec_c
By Alec_c (2 months ago)

anything is more complicated with apple ;-)

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makofoto
By makofoto (2 months ago)

What?! Mac's are often the choice for photographers. I've never had any problems uploading to my Macs. Macs come with Image Capture, located in the Utility Folder, under Applications that is a default downloading app.

1 upvote
HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Try moving songs (not photos) from an iPad/Pod/Phone to a Mac or a Windows computer.

1 upvote
deep7
By deep7 (2 months ago)

iTunes has a command to transfer music/purchases from your iPhone/iPad etc.

Also, if you click on the "Apps" heading when your gadget is plugged in, there is an option, if you scroll down, to up/download many types of files to Apps that support it. For example, I often download gps logger files like this. It's quite simple but the biggest problem is that these things don't come with realistic instructions!

However, this gadget and the important software part of you purchase does more. It seems to allow more direct access to your files and the ability to effectively increase the available storage (though the value of that is obviously limited as it uses the only available port and hangs out like a giant wart!). If I've read this right...

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seeblue
By seeblue (2 months ago)

Lars, I think you missed it with this one (i.e., wrong title). The bigger selling point is that this is a hardwired alternative to a wireless hub like Kingston MobileLite, SanDisk Connect Multimedia, RAVPower wireless hub, Dane-Elec MediaStreamer, etc…

Although it doesn’t appear to be any faster in one direction, it’s a hardwired solution for bi-directional file sharing between storage memory and an iDevice.

It expands Sanho’s product line to iOS users who don’t understand or can’t figure out how to “do the same thing” using a wireless hub (like their own iUSBPort).

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shastings
By shastings (2 months ago)

As other posters have said, this item is redundant as you just plug your iPhone or ipad into your computer and transfer photos and video via USB.

Looks like this company didn't get the memo.

But look at all the automatic Apple bashing that happened in response to this article! Over a problem that doesn't exist.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Um, one mostly has to do those transfers through iTunes (the software). And I'm quite sure that one can not simply download songs from an iPod to whatever.

And iTunes has its own headaches.

For a Windows machine there's Syncios, which basically sees the iPod/Pad/Phone as an external hard drive with folders you can search and copy.

Albeit iTunes may help with photos from the iPhone/Pad.

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locke_fc
By locke_fc (2 months ago)

You don't need iTunes at all to transfer your photos, just the USB cable. I don't get this.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

locke_fc:

Photo's maybe.

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literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

>> But look at all the automatic Apple bashing that happened in response to this article! Over a problem that doesn't exist.

Look at the automatic apple-defending by a person who doesn't understand the problem.

Go take a look at the kickstarter page. There are a LOT of people who see part of the problem, and who are willing to put money into a solution.

It would be better to just avoid terrible companies like apple that force apple-serving restrictions on their users, and we should instead get a device that does what the user wants it to do.

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RichRMA
By RichRMA (3 months ago)

Why is it everything related to Apple is grossly expensive? 8G for $129? For what is a USB stick with different connector is that a joke?

2 upvotes
wherearemyshorts
By wherearemyshorts (3 months ago)

The problem with the device is that part of a connector is always left unprotected from damage. The cover does not protect both ends of the unit at all times.

Therefore I would not buy it.

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Nigel Wilkins
By Nigel Wilkins (3 months ago)

Like the iPhone socket & the charging/sync cable?...

2 upvotes
Charles Lau
By Charles Lau (3 months ago)

Like other posters said, just plug the iPhone in with your USB cable. There are no transfer problems, Mac or PC. No software required either......

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Maybe for photos from an iPhone/Pad one can use iTunes.

However other files: No software required? Um, I tried it with an older iTouch and it didn't work.

Had to use Synios to move files from the iTouch to my Windows machine.

And yes I had an up to date version of iTunes installed.

So unless iTunes has radically changed between 11 and 11.2 you've way over simplified and are wrong, downloading files is not always straight forward from an iPod, etc.

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locke_fc
By locke_fc (2 months ago)

Again, no. It is precisely for photos only that you DON'T need iTunes, just drag and drop from the iphone directory.

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OldDigiman
By OldDigiman (3 months ago)

Say what? Plug iPhone into charging cable, plug other end of charging cable into computer, on computer navigate to phone's DCIM folder, copy files. Free.

3 upvotes
PeterTom
By PeterTom (3 months ago)

I do not own an iPhone, so I would like to ask: does it work with any other files than multimedia ones (pictures and videos)? Because DCIM is meant only for these kinds of files...

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seeblue
By seeblue (2 months ago)

Yes it will.

I don't use this device but it will operate with iOS devices similarly to a suite of wireless hubs that also allow bi-directional file transfers (images, video, word processing, PDF, etc.).

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

PeterTom:

If you have a Windows machine you can skip this over priced stick and use the software Syncios; it allows your Windows computer to see the iPhone as an external storage device.

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Bart Hickman
By Bart Hickman (2 months ago)

And if you have a Mac, it came with an app called "Image Capture" that downloads all photos and videos (and can delete them afterwards if you like.) Works like Lightroom import. When I first got my first iPod touch, Image Capture popped up automatically. Pretty discoverable.

1 upvote
jkokich
By jkokich (3 months ago)

Wow, talk about a solution for a problem that doesn't exist. I don't have any problems transferring files.

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Michael Piziak
By Michael Piziak (3 months ago)

I think they're counting on selling them to the population that doesn't know you can transfer pics to your computer already

1 upvote
seeblue
By seeblue (2 months ago)

No, this is primarily for the subset of iOS users who want to transfer files from/to an iOS device and CANNOT wrap their head around (understand) how to use a wireless hub for file transfers.

The same company makes wireless hub versions also (see iUSBPort).

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literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

The article presents it poorly. The problem is: you cannot currently augment your ipads memory with a passively powered thumbdrive size device which you can easily carry in your pocket, and have available regardless of your internet connectivity.

This feature is great for people who travel!

And its available automatically (via usb otg) on any leading android device. But ios users need this crappy kickstarter project to get this functionality.

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Kim Letkeman
By Kim Letkeman (3 months ago)

Hmmm ... I dumped Apple for Android years ago and I simply use DropBox to get automated camera uploads that appear on my machine at home pretty much as soon as the images are shot. Does that really not work on Apple iPhones? Note the price, too: $0

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Lars Rehm
By Lars Rehm (3 months ago)

Dropbox works on the iPhone.

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PeterTom
By PeterTom (3 months ago)

The price just seems to be $0.
By using any cloud solution you expose your files potentially to many people for investigating and data mining of any kind. So you pay with your data.

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Kim Letkeman
By Kim Letkeman (2 months ago)

@PeterTom: Thanks, Captain Obvious.

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ianp5a
By ianp5a (3 months ago)

If they reached their Kickstarter goal, there must be enough people who think this is worth it. Maybe they are all super rich?

1 upvote
literacyisgood
By literacyisgood (2 months ago)

Yes, there are a LOT of people who made the mistake of buying apple, when they were looking for a better experience. The 'user is empowered' experience.

What we want is simply the ability to connect a flashdrive to our tablet. Its that simple. We want 128gb of extra memory, without carrying a WiDrive, nor connecting to the cloud. We want our media without connecting to a laptop.

We have it on Android. Poor apple users need this crappy kickstarter project to have any hope for it.

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Lee Jay
By Lee Jay (3 months ago)

This wouldn't be necessary if Apple weren't such a bunch of morons.

I still can't figure out why anyone buys anything from them. Their devices stink and their "our way or the highway" attitude is repulsive, and always has been.

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deep7
By deep7 (3 months ago)

They are anything but morons! Their "make something that just works" attitude is far from repulsive. But I guess not everyone is smart enough to understand that - luckily no one forces you to use Apple.

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Lee Jay
By Lee Jay (3 months ago)

They're attitude is "make something that works for us, but isn't compliant with any standards and doesn't work with anyone else's stuff". They have to have their own special connectors, their own special operating system that only works on their own special hardware, their own special protocols, etc.

That attitude is repulsive.

Not to mention than they charge double for most things.

They're whole design philosophy is around making things that dumb people can use without knowing they are being bilked out of their money.

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Kim Letkeman
By Kim Letkeman (2 months ago)

@Deep7: Spend some time on the MAC forums and you will see what is behind the "just works" curtain ... it's actually pretty ugly out there in Mac land. As for iPhones ... yeah, they just work. They do that by owning the music distribution and by making very conservative phones nowadays. I jumped to Android several years ago and have never regretted it.

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DStudio
By DStudio (2 months ago)

Apple is the only one who's come close to the promise of computing. The way we always thought computers should work. Perhaps what we imagined when watching Star Trek or something.

The anticipated iWatch is likely to be another example of this. Even if they can't convince everyone to put wristwatches back on, it will probably come close to the promise.

So they're not there yet (and probably never will be), but they're close.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

deep7:

Ironic that Apple just bought Beats which is tech already licensed by HP to improve the sound quality or many HP computers. (That's right MacBooks have crap sound cards--seems like simply putting better sound cards into the system would have been cheaper.)

DStudio:

Apple appears to have messed up libraries in iTunes running the newest iPod Touches; it's no longer possible to simply find the basic library, didn't used to be convoluted.

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DStudio
By DStudio (2 months ago)

HowaboutRAW - the post we responded to was a little off topic already, because it was about Apple in general, but I don't see how your remarks have anything to do with the discussion.

FWIW I haven't ever been happy with the sound quality in any Apple device I can remember (and Apple's not alone in this). But I happen to be particular in this area, and furthermore neither this nor a temporary software problem has anything to do with the topic at hand.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

DStudio:

Um, above you posit Apple coming close to the promise of computers from Star Trek, whereas clearly the new iTunes library on the iPod Touch has some big problems and is a big step back.

My point about Apple and lack of sound quality was clearly, and identifiably directed, at deep7. Since deep7's comment defended Apple's ease of use and overall coolness.

I also find it strange that Apple would buy a company already licensing its name to another computer maker, HP, to indicate higher sound quality from those computers. And yes, HP's Beats tablets, running Android, sure sound better than Lenovo Android tablets or Samsung tablets or iPod/Pads.

Stylish, half decent headphones (by Beats or whichever party) are meaningless. All Apple had to do was put better sound cards in their computers and mobile devices.

For example the $200 FiiO X3 and the more expensive Astell and Kerns (iRiver?) use exactly the same DAC, and sound much better than an iPod.

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deep7
By deep7 (2 months ago)

Right, so I point out that the first comment in this little sub-thread is incorrect and this becomes a story about music quality??? (Ironic that it was Apple who totally revolutionised the music industry but that's beside the point).

I've used computers since before Windows days, before DOS even. On my desk is a Mac, a very new (and beautifully made) Windows computer and a new Google Android tablet (the latter two are provided by my work). I also have an iPhone and iPod. I know which system makes life easy and which two regularly make me pretty grumpy.

For music, I have a full analogue system with high-end turntable and amp, plus reel-to-reel and cassette tapes, as well as a full digital system with CDs and iPod/iPhone. I have the choice and rarely use the analogue system.

Rant away, if you like. It just doesn't make you right.

Calling one of the world's most successful businesses "morons" doesn't exactly make you look like a genius, does it?

Moving on...

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

deep7:

Owning a turntable doesn't mean that you appreciate decent audio playback. The fact remains that AAC+MP3 files, iTunes the software and included Mac sound cards sound awful.

There are much better ways of playing back sound from computers, including Macs, than using iTunes, AAC/MP3s and questionable sound cards.

I realize your last comment wasn't entirely directed at me, but there was enough about sound quality and Macs to warrant a response.

Macs simply don't do sound well, and on Windows computers iTunes software detracts from the sound quality--though iTunes was improved with the release of v11 in early 2013.

The fact remains that HP figured out years ago that pretty basic laptops with better sound quality would be a real draw. And with Windows systems it's really easy to find better playback software than iTunes.

What was it like to run a computer entirely from punch cards or magnetic tape?

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deep7
By deep7 (2 months ago)

Some serious ignorance here. I've got better things to do.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

deep7:

Simple assertions don’t mean that Apple has taken sound quality real seriously over the years.

iTunes 11, the software, was an improvement. The iTouch has sort of okay sound, and that’s about the best hardware for sound from Apple.

But Apple’s choice of sound cards just isn’t good, though course it’s easy enough to buy a decent external sound card (DAC) and use it with a Mac–iPod/Pad not really.

AAC and MP3 files remain significantly compressed, and compromised, formats.

Most people who care can hear where Apple lets down listeners.

I suggest even starting with a Mac and AAC file that you get, borrow maybe, a decent DAC and use it with your Mac. You should be able to note a big improvement sound quality–even using iTunes as the playback software.

Perhaps you know this, but better cables, various, vastly improve sound quality.
Several DACs also have CD players included, so you could vastly improve the playback sound of those CDs too.

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SanPedro
By SanPedro (3 months ago)

Considering you can get an 8Gb usb/micro USB flash drive for less than $10, that's a ton of money for an app that will sync your files.

And all because Apple can't/won't fit a micro SD card slot.

4 upvotes
retro76
By retro76 (3 months ago)

I transfer my pictures wirelessly from my iPhone to Mac or PC. Cards and cables are so last year.

0 upvotes
Lars Rehm
By Lars Rehm (3 months ago)

Personally I believe Apple should just give you the option to copy your files to and from a computer like you can do on any other phone.

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jkokich
By jkokich (3 months ago)

I have no problems transferring files. What problems are you people creating?

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

jkokich:

How do you get AAC or MP3 music files off of a iPod onto a Windows computer?

iTunes (the Windows software) doesn't allow for moving music that way.

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Bart Hickman
By Bart Hickman (2 months ago)

Interesting. Didn't know the Windows version of iTunes was limited that way. On OS X, the phone files are all synced to the computer and readily accessible.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Bart Hickman:

Interesting, so you can move, or copy, an MP3 from an iPod to a Mac using iTunes? I've heard Apple store employees claim otherwise, but I've not tried to confirm with a Mac+an iPod.

Yes, I realize you can go the other way from the Mac, or Windows machine, to the iPod.

And it's certainly not true with a Windows machine without something like Sycios. (Unless something changed in at the end of 2013.)

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Bart Hickman
By Bart Hickman (2 months ago)

All of my iPhone (or iPod touch) music originated either from iTunes on the device or iTunes on my Mac or by ripping CD's on my Mac. When I buy something in iTunes on my iPhone, the next time I plug it in, iTunes will ask if I want to transfer my purchases to the computer. But even if I never plug my iPhone into my computer, I can still re-download everything from the iTunes store on the Mac. It's always worked this way for music and video.

I've also bought music on Amazon. Same situation though. I can get the files onto my Mac and then put them in iTunes. From there they get to all devices.

Photos sync either via iPhoto (which is free) or the Image Capture utility or Adobe Lightroom. I wouldn't be surprised if Picasa imports them too. I believe iCloud photos are also available through a web-browser (I don't know the link--it's not through the usual iCloud interface.)

Are you getting MP3 files on your iPod through some means other than iTunes?

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Bart Hickman:

Interesting.

Right, the MP3s I was trying to move from an iPod Touch to a Windows computer had not been purchased from iTunes or Amazon.

So my guess is that it's a purchase from Apple thing that allows for that AAC/MP3 file transfer. But as I said I don't have a Mac to test it with. I was using someone else's iTouch--doing him a favor. And I'd not buy an iTouch for music anyhow. (And I don't listen to MP3s or AAC files if I'm selecting the source. So I'd not spend money at the iTunes store.)

There are definitely restrictions on what can be moved from an iPod/Phone to a Windows computer and those restrictions may also exist for Macs.

With Windows, the software Syncios provides an easy way around, and the iPod just resembles an external hard drive. Though I think you have to copy whole folders, you can't copy specific MP3/AACs.

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Bart Hickman
By Bart Hickman (2 months ago)

Yes, but how did the MP3 files get onto the iPod touch in the first place? And were they shown inside the standard Apple music app? I can transfer files I ripped from CD too.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Bart Hickman:

On the iTouch, the MP3s played without trouble from within the iTunes application.

I'm not sure where they all came from, but suspect they all started out on a Mac and were moved via iTunes to the iPod Touch.

How they got to the Mac I know not.

As I said, I did not try to move them back to a Mac, I tried to move the MP3s to a Windows 7 computer via the iTunes software and was not allowed.

Whereas SynciOS allowed me to simply copy the folders from the Touch to my Windows C drive. Albeit then I had to sort the MP3s into other folders--the categories (lists) aren't preserved.

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Bart Hickman
By Bart Hickman (2 months ago)

Then I'm not sure what the issue is. On the Mac, you plug in your iPhone and select it in iTunes. Then go to the Music tab, check the sync music box, then select the songs you want to transfer. They get copied from the iPhone to the computer in the iTunes media folder.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

B:

Was never commenting on a Mac.

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Bart Hickman
By Bart Hickman (2 months ago)

I know, I just was confirming that the file transfer stuff work in Mac iTunes.

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HowaboutRAW
By HowaboutRAW (2 months ago)

Bart,

Thank you, now I want to check with again with my Windows system, but I'll have to borrow an iPod.

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kablowski
By kablowski (3 months ago)

$20 for the stick, the rest for the 'i'.

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Impulses
By Impulses (3 months ago)

$10/GB... That's some time machine pricing right there.

3 upvotes
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