1. da670x's Avatar
    im pretty sure this question has been asked many times but i was looking for the cheapest (free) and simplest (step by step) way to transfer the content from my iphone to my newly purchased computers itunes. any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!
    11-26-2008 12:25 PM
  2. Jeremy's Avatar
    If you have your old computer wouldn't it be easier just to transfer all of your files over to the new computer that way?
    11-26-2008 12:42 PM
  3. da670x's Avatar
    unfortunately the computer took a dive and no longer works. i was just happy that i was able sync up my itunes to my iphone before
    11-26-2008 12:45 PM
  4. Jeremy's Avatar
    unfortunately the computer took a dive and no longer works. i was just happy that i was able sync up my itunes to my iphone before
    Ah, I'm sorry to hear that. I want to say there are ways to transfer the files on the phone over, I just have never needed that. Sorry.
    11-26-2008 01:16 PM
  5. yildi's Avatar
    I have never used it yet but I have read on another thread about an application that is supposed to do what you want, if I have correctly understood the problem. It is supposed to be called senuti (itunes read from right to left). Maybe you should check this.

    Murat
    11-26-2008 02:35 PM
  6. jamesus's Avatar
    Senuti is Mac specific.

    Copytrans works for WIndows.

    Backup iPod music to PC copy songs from iPod to computer,iPod to iTunes
    11-28-2008 11:34 AM
  7. mahad_ali5's Avatar
    hey i have download applications from itunes but i m not able to transfer them to my iphone. my iphone is hacked. but i can transfer them music from my computer to my iphone. and i m able to transfer applications from my iphone to computer my email is mahad_ali5@hotmail.com
    01-22-2009 05:41 PM
  8. sil3ntrid3r11's Avatar
    I know that through iTunes you can at least transfer over the "purchased items" from your iPhone back to the computer, but traditionally, and idk about those recommended software, you can only put the no purchased music and files on the device but cant get them off. But hacking might be a different story.
    05-27-2009 03:15 AM
  9. jamesus's Avatar
    I know that through iTunes you can at least transfer over the "purchased items" from your iPhone back to the computer, but traditionally, and idk about those recommended software, you can only put the no purchased music and files on the device but cant get them off. But hacking might be a different story.
    The pgorams I have mentioned above can move all data from the iPod/iPhone to a computer's hard drive. To play the purchased content, the iTunes library must be activated with the correct iTunes account information.
    05-27-2009 12:01 PM
  10. bosox0898's Avatar
    If you're using a mac senuti is the way to go. I haven't synced my iPhone to my desktop, so I'm not too sure of software for a pc. But senuti works great on my MacBook.
    06-10-2009 01:12 PM
  11. chobbs1's Avatar
    sign into ITunes as you would have from your old computer and see what's there. you may even be able to redownload(second time I have used this non-word) your purchased apps for free.

    do you have a back-up from your old computer? if not I would seriously think about backing up your future computer so you may retrieve your data.
    06-10-2009 10:56 PM
  12. lazyeveryday's Avatar
    Hey! I think an iPhone Transfer tool will be of help to you. There are a lot of such kinds of programs. You can have a try of them.
    09-15-2009 04:56 AM
  13. Emilyroggers's Avatar
    im pretty sure this question has been asked many times but i was looking for the cheapest (free) and simplest (step by step) way to transfer the content from my iphone to my newly purchased computers itunes. any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks!
    If you are unable to transfer your files from your iPhone to computer with itunes then you can use file transfer iPhone software to transfer the files from your iPhone to computer. It is affordable and can be easily handled because it provides very simple interface.
    12-07-2009 05:31 AM
  14. astalavistadear's Avatar
    copy trans is the best way on windows.. and if u have a jb fone then u may use iPhone Browser to browse files.. or maybe iFile on ur phone to do it wirelessly
    12-08-2009 07:18 AM
  15. benny5173's Avatar
    There are various programs to rip music from your iphone to your computer, "iRip" or "iPoddisk" are examples of such programs. Also for files and such you can use Diskaid which is about $30 bucks.
    12-08-2009 12:23 PM
  16. flyingember's Avatar
    although too late in this case, this is a great time to reiterate how backups are always suggested and if you don't have one you're just making more work for yourself when your computer dies

    if you're working on a Mac it's stupid easy to get a basic backup with Time Machine.

    for both Windows and Mac Carbonite is $55/year for unlimited data. Mozy has a free 2gb service if you need just a little space for your most important items and then a premium service if you need more.
    Last edited by flyingember; 12-08-2009 at 01:11 PM.
    12-08-2009 01:08 PM
  17. caribbean pirate's Avatar
    vogsoft offers you the best iPad to PC Transfer with 25.00% discount, and iPad to Mac Transfer with 30.00% coupon, which can help you to copy and manage iPad videos, music, pictures, etc.

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    03-24-2011 05:07 AM
  18. theappguy's Avatar
    Hi, I was looking for an app that does the same thing that you were looking for - one that would transfer or copy my files from my iPhone to my Mac and to my PC laptop.

    Mark/Space has just unveiled the Welcome Home app, which makes it fast and easy to transfer files, data and media from an iPhone or BlackBerry to a Mac or PC. Just go to markspace.com and look for Welcome Home link.

    But, it does more than that as well. Welcome Home to Android will also transfer (or copy, export, migrate) data and files from an iPhone or BB to a new Android phone!! Plus, the app also will backup existing Android data and files from an Android phone to a PC or Mac for safekeeping.

    Finally, there is one app that does it all. I'm very happy with the app, and it was well worth the small investment to be able to transfer, backup, migrate and safeguard my iPhone AND Android data.
    11-21-2011 08:37 PM
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