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|How to extract movies, photos and MP3s from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch|
|Posted by Winston|
|Saturday, 26 November 2011 06:50|
Do it with Wondershare's iMate
Isn't it annoying to find that you can't transfer the movies, photos, MP3s between your PC and your iOS devices? ... that includes iPhones, iPads and iPods. Well, no need to worry ... now you can! Do it with Wondershare's iMate.
This piece of software is truely amazing. It's simple to use and you can transfer all of the content from your iOS devices back on to your desktop PC or laptop.
So what's the big deal? Well, take for example you need to "re-install" Windows on your PC/laptop or maybe you've got yourself a new PC/laptop. Syncing the content of your iOS devices can be a real pain. iTunes will ask you whether you want to "erase" the content on your iOS devices so that it can sync it on the new PC/laptop. Hell no!
In which case you can ahead and "erase" and re-sync it your iTunes library/folder.
But trust me .... 9 times out of 10, most people don't have a backup believing that the content on their iOS devices are safe.
The contents are safe to a certain extent, as long as you don't "erase" and sync with iTunes when it asks you to do so.
So what's the solution? ... Easy. Copy the content of your iOS devices back into your new or freshly "re-installed" PC/laptop. Then re-sync it with iTunes. But wait ... you can access the content on your iOS devices. So how do we do this?
Well, one of the simplest ways is to use 3rd party software such as Wondershare's iMate. There are other software available, but I find Wondershare's iMate easy to use and pretty straight forward. Just install the software and follow the simple instructions ...
You can download a trail version here ... http://www.wondershare.com/imate/
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