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Mojo Usernames? Share and copy iTunes Library - June 2, 2008, 09:55 AM

Anyone using it? Whats your username?! I'm beginning to build my library and need some songs!


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June 2, 2008, 09:55 AM

Oh, the website:

http://deusty.com/software/mac.php


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June 2, 2008, 09:57 AM

Does this only work for mac users?


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June 2, 2008, 10:16 AM

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Does this only work for mac users?
http://deusty.com/software/windows.php


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Exclamation hmmmmmm - June 2, 2008, 10:38 AM

It looks like they just put some kind of wrapper around the built iTunes sharing protocol which allows for hosts beyond the local subnet to connect. It also gets around the built in limit of connections inherent to iTunes. Good stuff there.

It might be good for some but personally I'd be wary of using it. Since anyone on the internet can connect to your music library via this application. I'd highly recommend the application of a strong password during the initial account setup.

I'm curious how they get around the DRM of the protected files. Unless you've stripped the DRM and the user identifiers out of your songs I'd be very hesitant to use it. It either violates the EULA of iTunes or it just won't work on protected music files. Unless pirating music and enticing the RIAA is your thing I'd look elsewhere.

[Edit: Looks like you're limited to how many user names you can add before you have to pay them for more. I'll try this between my home and work computer to see if it gets around the DRM stuff.]

[Edit for Justice: It won't work on DRM / protected files. You can still download them but they show up in Red text. You'll need the owners itunes name and password to play them and subsequently place your computer on their allowed devices list. This seems to be just another file sharing program with all the legal implications that comes with it. Bottom line is this, be very careful who you add to your buddies list.]

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June 2, 2008, 11:11 AM

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It looks like they just put some kind of wrapper around the built iTunes sharing protocol which allows for hosts beyond the local subnet to connect. It also gets around the built in limit of connections inherent to iTunes. Good stuff there.

It might be good for some but personally I'd be wary of using it. Since anyone on the internet can connect to your music library via this application. I'd highly recommend the application of a strong password during the initial account setup.

I'm curious how they get around the DRM of the protected files. Unless you've stripped the DRM and the user identifiers out of your songs I'd be very hesitant to use it. It either violates the EULA of iTunes or it just won't work on protected music files. Unless pirating music and enticing the RIAA is your thing I'd look elsewhere.

[Edit: Looks like you're limited to how many user names you can add before you have to pay them for more. I'll try this between my home and work computer to see if it gets around the DRM stuff.]

[Edit for Justice: It won't work on DRM / protected files. You can still download them but they show up in Red text. You'll need the owners itunes name and password to play them and subsequently place your computer on their allowed devices list. This seems to be just another file sharing program with all the legal implications that comes with it. Bottom line is this, be very careful who you add to your buddies list.]


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June 3, 2008, 12:19 AM

i bought a program called "tune tools" at target for like $29 i think that allows me to back up an ipod to my laptop. i can use this to back up any ipod except touch and nano units. once on my computer i can then add the new songs to my itunes library and then download them to my ipod. the down side to this is that i have to have the donor ipod hooked up to my computer and the donor would need the program on their comp to "backup" my ipod for their use.

i have used it a couple of times and really like how easy it is to use. there was a "patch update" that i needed to download before the program would work but the tune tools website was very easy to navigate and directed you to the patch fairly quickly.

i now have over 9500 songs in my library if anyone is interested in sharing.


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