1. Oliverg109's Avatar
    You can try this:
    1. Find the downloaded song using ifile and send to Dropbox.
    2. Download the song you uploaded from your idevice to your computer with Dropbox.
    3. Convert song on desktop using mediahuman audio-converter
    4. Copy to iTunes!
    It worked flawlessly, I did not have to go through the whole dropbox situation, I just dragged and dropped directly from the folder I had on my desktop and it worked. Maybe its the application, who know. Thanks so much!!!
    08-22-2012 12:33 PM
  2. meskin84's Avatar
    It's not on big boss... But it is available and it does work, AND it has options where you can keep all adds so you can continue to provide pandora with economic support... So everyone needs to chill with the "stealing" debate...
    This is absolutely no different than DVR... Or making tapes... Or various other forms of recording media...
    Man, and the complete and utter TORTURE of missing too much of the beginning and realizing you had to wait all day again until the next time the song is played. Oh, these kids have it so easy with instant downloads. Of course, my dad thought we were spoiled with VHS, "in my day, if you wanted to see a Star Wars you had to wait until it made its rounds to the theaters again..." crazy...
    08-22-2012 02:45 PM
  3. sherlock's Avatar
    It worked flawlessly, I did not have to go through the whole dropbox situation, I just dragged and dropped directly from the folder I had on my desktop and it worked. Maybe its the application, who know. Thanks so much!!!
    Ah, good to know I can skip to the chase...
    08-22-2012 11:25 PM
  4. iam1021's Avatar
    It worked flawlessly, I did not have to go through the whole dropbox situation, I just dragged and dropped directly from the folder I had on my desktop and it worked. Maybe its the application, who know. Thanks so much!!!
    What do you mean you just dragged and dropped from your folder? Did you SSH the files to your computer then put them in iTunes? I have a Mac and for some reason it wont let me do that and it's frustrating to say the least. If you could help me it would be most appreciated.
    08-24-2012 08:42 AM
  5. 3cit's Avatar
    What do you mean you just dragged and dropped from your folder? Did you SSH the files to your computer then put them in iTunes? I have a Mac and for some reason it wont let me do that and it's frustrating to say the least. If you could help me it would be most appreciated.
    he had some connection, that is a must, being on a mac you should get i funbox, its free and will give you root acess to the phone via the apple sync cable, so no need to fuss with actual ssh... then yes you drag and drop the files from the pdownloader folder on your phone to your mac, then convert to mp3 (even though it is in mp3 format) then you can load into itunes
    08-24-2012 03:12 PM
  6. iam1021's Avatar
    he had some connection, that is a must, being on a mac you should get i funbox, its free and will give you root acess to the phone via the apple sync cable, so no need to fuss with actual ssh... then yes you drag and drop the files from the pdownloader folder on your phone to your mac, then convert to mp3 (even though it is in mp3 format) then you can load into itunes
    Good looking it worked
    08-24-2012 09:28 PM
  7. mustangboy88's Avatar
    I just found prometheus in Cydia this morning that is supposed to import the Pandora Downloader songs to the Music.app. It needs to have Mewseek and Mewseek import enabler installed, but I have done those and it's still missing dependencies. Is anyone else trying this?


    EDIT: Ok.... Forget the Prometheus app for now. If you want to import the songs to the music.app on the phone you just need Mewseek Import Enabler and iFile. Copy/cut the songs from the Pandora folder to the var/mobile/downloads folder and open Mewseek, resync, then import. I use Track 8 and they are showing up there.



    Enjoy.
    Last edited by mustangboy; 09-05-2012 at 11:12 AM.
    09-05-2012 10:43 AM
  8. sherlock's Avatar
    he had some connection, that is a must, being on a mac you should get ifunbox...
    iFunbox works on a windows box as well.


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    09-07-2012 01:24 AM
  9. Rockdog97's Avatar
    hmmm is this stll avail
    09-16-2012 08:40 PM
  10. Massie's Avatar
    It might be hosted still here: com.harrisonapps.pandoradownloader_2.0.1.deb
    09-16-2012 11:42 PM
  11. Rockdog97's Avatar
    Thanks Massie..so to install this, would I use a program like iFunBox or d/l directly onto the phone?

    If iFunBox, where would I transfer this app to?

    sorry for the questions, i'm trying to get this loaded onto my daughters 3GS that I just J/B's last night, but the Cydia links for PD do not work.

    Ta...
    09-17-2012 05:56 PM
  12. Massie's Avatar
    Follow these instructions, making sure you use the same exact folder names (capital letters included):
    How to Manually Install DEB Files

    Great thing to know how to do!
    09-17-2012 07:01 PM
  13. sherlock's Avatar
    Would be easier just to add their repo...

    URL:
    harrisonapps.com/repo
    09-18-2012 12:55 AM
  14. Massie's Avatar
    Would be easier just to add their repo...

    URL:
    harrisonapps.com/repo
    They don't host it on their repo, though.
    09-18-2012 01:05 AM
  15. sherlock's Avatar
    They don't host it on their repo, though.
    You're right looks like they moved it over to insane?


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    09-18-2012 01:36 AM
  16. Massie's Avatar
    Yep. I try to avoid installing it if I can. Using .debs feels more lightweight for me.
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    09-18-2012 07:50 AM
  17. Rockdog97's Avatar
    Follow these instructions, making sure you use the same exact folder names (capital letters included):
    How to Manually Install DEB Files

    Great thing to know how to do!
    Once again Massie comes through with the goods! My thanks !!
    09-18-2012 09:20 PM
  18. 3cit's Avatar
    Here's another tutorial on how I install .deb files...
    1. Get ifile
    2. Download the .deb
    3. Open the .deb in ifile, select the box that says install....
    4. Respring (for good measure)
    5. Enjoy!
    09-19-2012 12:24 AM
  19. Massie's Avatar
    Here's another tutorial on how I install .deb files...
    1. Get ifile
    2. Download the .deb
    3. Open the .deb in ifile, select the box that says install....
    4. Respring (for good measure)
    5. Enjoy!
    This is actually how I install a lot of mine, but if you want to save the .deb for later (in case you want to revert after a crappy update or something) you should download it somewhere else first instead of only using iFile (which I don't think keeps an intact copy). There are plenty of apps that can do it, of course, including legit App Store apps.

    iFile is also great for dealing with theme installation--which so often are found online as .zip files--as well as a million other little things. Definite home screen app for me.
    09-19-2012 12:41 AM
  20. Rockdog97's Avatar
    I use iFile on both my device and on my desktop computer... (edit.. not iFile on my desktop. but iFunBox).. sorry for the mistake...

    I like the idea of saving the .deb file for a later install if need be..if I could save a complete copy of most of my apps that would be great.
    09-19-2012 01:54 PM
  21. sherlock's Avatar
    I agree and use iFile and iFunBox... Essential tools for themers and otherwise.

    I like the idea of saving .deb files but I always considered it inconvenient. You can get them if you use cydia but it's a bit convoluted a process.




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    09-21-2012 02:13 AM
  22. Rockdog97's Avatar
    so for the apps that we've downloaded from Cydia, is there a way to save these / back them up in case any of these apps decide to go the way of Pandora Downloader?
    09-21-2012 11:46 AM
  23. 3cit's Avatar
    so for the apps that we've downloaded from Cydia, is there a way to save these / back them up in case any of these apps decide to go the way of Pandora Downloader?
    There is a few versions of a tweak called debian saver. One can send saved deb files straight to your Dropbox account.

    Or when you select a package from Cydia after it installs, when it says "respring" or "reboot device" or "return to Cydia" you can simply press the home button, then use ifile and navigate to where Cydia package install to and make a copy, then save that copy somewhere safe...
    I highly recommend Debian saver though, it's automated and SIMPLE!!!
    09-21-2012 02:03 PM
  24. Massie's Avatar
    The key is you have to save it when it's installed. You can reinstall and save then, but many debs for free tweaks can also be downloaded online.
    09-21-2012 06:34 PM
  25. Rockdog97's Avatar
    There is a few versions of a tweak called debian saver. One can send saved deb files straight to your Dropbox account.

    Or when you select a package from Cydia after it installs, when it says "respring" or "reboot device" or "return to Cydia" you can simply press the home button, then use ifile and navigate to where Cydia package install to and make a copy, then save that copy somewhere safe...
    I highly recommend Debian saver though, it's automated and SIMPLE!!!
    I don't see that app on Cydia...
    09-22-2012 12:10 AM
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