iPod MP3 Enabler
iPod MP3 Enabler
1.2

1.6

iPod MP3 Enabler free download for Mac

iPod MP3 Enabler

1.2
23 March 2004

View MP3 files directly on your iPod.

Overview

iPod MP3 Enabler is a tool to give you easy access to the MP3 files stored on your iPod by making the files visible in a "Music" folder at the root level of the iPod. You can drag either the "Music" folder or any of the "Fxx" folders to iTunes to import that music into a library so it can be played directly from the iPod.

What's new in iPod MP3 Enabler

1.2:
  • Implemented a catch for the possibly missing "stat" program.
  • Added "stat" to the dtools.sit package.
  • Updated readme with information regarding all user-reported errors.

1.1:

  • Implemented tests for missing GetFileInfo and SetFile tools.
  • Drastically improved error checking and reporting.
  • Drastically improved the user-interface.

1.0: Initial release.

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6 iPod MP3 Enabler Reviews

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Anonymous
05 March 2004

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I'm guess this just does a simple ln -s /Volumes/"iPod Name"/iPod_Control/Music /Volumes/"iPod Name"... And he wants a $5 donation for something anyone can do in less than 30 seconds via Terminal.app...wow...
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Version 1.1
Palmharbor
07 February 2013
file not found. this should be deleted from this site as it is not available.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
22 June 2005
I cant believe someone is trying to make money off this.What has this world come to?
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
24 March 2004
Here is a free AppleScript for copying songs one at a time. I don't know if the linebreaks will post correctly. global myName tell application "System Events" to set myName to the full name of the current user display dialog "Enter the name of the iPod:" default answer "" & myName & "'s iPod" set userName to the text returned of the result if userName is not "" then display dialog "Enter a partial or complete name of the file of the song:" default answer "" set songName to the text returned of the result if songName is not "" then do shell script "find /Volumes/\"" & userName & "\"*" & "/iPod_Control/Music/*/*\"" & songName & "\"*" set pathName to the result do shell script "cp \"" & pathName & "\" ~/Desktop/" end if end if
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
06 March 2004
Why doesn't anyone have one of those nifty commands for the RioRiot. I can't get my files off that damned thing.
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Version 1.1
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RulerK
RulerK
24 March 2004
I'll see if I can get ahold of one and look into it. If you know someone in the LA area that would like to donate one or let me borrow one for a while, I should be able to take care of it. Let me know.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
Anonymous
25 March 2004
If the Rio Riot is the same as other Rios (I'm not sure if it is), then it is not really treated as a disk at all. This would make hacking it like that difficult or impossible. Just because something is a USB peripheral doesn't mean you can use it like a disk - look at your mouse, keyboard, etc. Does the Riot mount on your desktop as a volume? If so, then you may be in luck. Otherwise, it's gonna be tough.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
05 March 2004
the music is just a hidden folder. Look up view hidden files in google to find a dozen FREE ways to access these files.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
05 March 2004
I'm guess this just does a simple ln -s /Volumes/"iPod Name"/iPod_Control/Music /Volumes/"iPod Name"... And he wants a $5 donation for something anyone can do in less than 30 seconds via Terminal.app...wow...
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Version 1.1