iPhone 2 PC Copy Software Needed

Jul 23, 2007
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Has anyone found iPhone to PC Copy software. Tried anapod, but it does not work for iPhones? This will be really helpful in copying music, contacts, and backing up my iPhone.
 

EGunnar

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Dec 22, 2008
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Software iPhone to PC

Dear Swagger,
Maybe the question was to difficult for you to grasp.
Alternatively, a little to vague for you to understand its meaning.

So, please let me rephrase on behalf of the initiator:
Do you or anyone else here know if there is any (other than iTunes) iPhone to PC software available in the market?
The reason for the question is that I (and I suspect also many others) find iTunes to be rather cumbersome (Clumsy) to handle and an interface of the 'explorer' type would be much more convenient.
EGunnar

It's called iTunes! That does everything you just named..M
 

sungv.sara

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Jan 1, 2009
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i am using iPhone with 3G, i have received PDF file in my mail, the issue is i can view it but i can not download it in my iPhone. any one please advice me how to do it. i have all my exams books in the pdf file. it iwll be very usefull.
 

spikedfo

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Oct 29, 2008
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Last time iTunes doesn't recognize the music store in my iPhone, I cant find any solution. So I have to use this tool to download the whole Music folder to my computer and re-sync it again. It is really useful.
 
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Syncro_Fei

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Well, iTunes made some horrible registry entries that were giving me all kinds of problems, and eventually crashed my Vista OS, requiring to use the restore disc, and reinstall windows. What a nightmare.

I would prefer a program that allows me to bypass iTunes altogether.

Preferably a free, open source program.
 

Elli

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Jun 28, 2011
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Ok, this is a rather old post, but it's the right topic, as I'd like to know if there are any new apps allowing me to copy music and videos from iPhone 4 to PC (iOS 4.3 and maybe even one for iOS 5 beta)?

The contents have not been purchased in iTunes and are not on the laptop, which I'm currently using.
 

Sandrine

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Jun 30, 2011
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Hi Elli, as drumthrasher109 said, I'd try Copytrans too. I used it to recover music and films from my iPhone with the latest iOS. However, I'm not sure whether it supports iOS 5 beta, but there's a trial version available on their website.