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I have lost my iTunes media data on my computer and need to extract the media from my iPod Touch. I can't find any free tools that do this.


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I needed to do the same thing and couldn't find free software that did what I wanted. In the end I used Pod to PC. You can try it for free but you're limited to transferring 10 files at a time.


Another option is Music Rescue, which is 5 lbs to buy (Sorry, I'm North American and don't have a lbs symbol)


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