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moarsauce123
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moarsauce123,
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12/25/2012 | 7:05:21 PM
re: 11 Amazing Apps Of 2012
What do you use iTunes for? Do you have Windows, OS X, or Linux around? The libidevice packages work very cleanly on all 3 platforms and ifuse works well on both OS X and Linux. I've seen others such as i-FunBox and iExplorer work great, but I obviously prefer the command-line tools.
cklein20101
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cklein20101,
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12/23/2012 | 1:14:32 AM
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I have used iTunes for several years and I downloaded iTunes 11.0.0.163 two weeks ago. It was the biggest pain in the #$% that I've encountered in the my years of using iTunes. If there was a reasonable alternative, I would be there.


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