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How to copy your hidden or music files from iPod to Mac
Posted By: Byron Hinson
Last Updated: December 22nd 2003
Tip Difficulty Level: Novice

 

How This Tip Works

Requirements: iPod & Toast Titanium
  1. Connect your iPod to your Mac via FireWire.
  2. Drag the iPod icon on your desktop to Toast Titanium.
  3. On Toast Titanium - you will see Files from your iPod.
  4. Notice the light blue color icon on Toast Titanium from your iPod called iPod_control.
  5. Double click the iPod_control icon on Toast and you'll get the info dialog box.
  6. Unchecked the "Invisible" from dialog box.
  7. Do this also inside your iPod_control folder.
  8. Now go to File on the menu bar and choose "Save as Disc Image".
  9. As soon as you see a disc image from toast, double click the icon to open automatically in Toast Titanium.
  10. On Toast - choose mount to mounting the disc image on your desktop.
  11. You now have your music and the hidden files from your iPod.
Note: There are two kinds of disc images on your desktop. Choose the one that has iTunes Music files. That's your iPod stuff.

 

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