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Bearshare transferring songs to your IPOD or MP3 Player
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I bought a bran new Apple Ipod touch for 300 dollars (state of the art) and was quite excited to come home and transfer all the songs I had downloaded from Bearshare to my new IPOD. Unfortunately the program never recognized my IPOD. This is the 2nd device that the program ( Bearshare) hasn't recognized as I bought an MP3 player some weeks previous for much less money and had the same problem. I thought the problem was the MP3 player so I went out and spent all this money on an expensive IPOD. NO change!!!!!!

How do you contact Bearshares technical support??? I know you can contact the billing department in New York City at 212 729 5702. Does anyone have
any suggestions????


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Anonymous on 12/17/2010:
Why don't you just use Itunes? If I were you, I would go to apple's website, download the newest version of Itunes, and transfer all your files from your Bearshare folder to itunes.
warddw1526 on 12/17/2010:
And then you can continue to download music for free (if using the P2P files), and just transfer the music to ITUNES.
msnanny on 12/17/2010:
You will need to use iTunes to transfer anything to your Apple product. Nothing else will work.
momsey on 12/17/2010:
Yup, iTunes is what you need.
MRM on 12/17/2010:
I never liked Apple products since you must install iTunes to download songs to iPods.
trmn8r on 12/17/2010:
What is the downside to installing iTunes? I ask this not as a user, but a new investor in Apple (: It is free, isn't it?
Anonymous on 12/17/2010:
It is free trmn8r but there were other options that I used that I preferred to itunes. I would download music through Comcast Rhapsody into another program LIKE itunes - I think it was called Jukebox. I was to be able to sync my ipod using that program but they disabled that feature. Rhapsody was cheaper and had a better selection at the time. I was annoyed that they tricked me into an upgrade that FORCED me to use itunes. As years have passed, you are able to use other vendors for your music (Amazon .mp3 for example) that integrate nicely with itunes and I feel better about my ipod again.
MRM on 12/17/2010:
I prefer an mp3 player that you just plug in the computer and just drop the song without 3rd party software.
Anonymous on 12/17/2010:
I think my Walkman is like that MRM.
MRM on 12/17/2010:
Every mp3 player is like that, where you can just plug in and drop in songs, except for Apple products, where you must install 3rd party software.
GiGi on 05/24/2011:
OK, I have a new mp3 player. LOVE it. Bearshare? HATE it! does anyone know an ACTUALLY free place to get some good tunes? PLEEEEEASE help?
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