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I'm afraid there's no iTunes compatible client for Android, so she have to borrow a laptop for that. You didn't ask for hardware recommendations, but iPod Touch is relatively affordable iPod with iTunes and app store support. Syncing iTunes music to Android is possible, with TuneSync. According to this article, syncing iTunes videos, Apps or iBooks to ...


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They are many similar programs for this purpose. Among them, iPhone Backup Extractor is the best in performance. It finds all iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad backups on your computer and lets you recover your files with ease. Use iBackup Extractor to view the backup of your Contacts, Calendars, Photos, Internet browsing history, Call logs, Notes, SMS, ...


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iPhone Backup Extractor works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux and with ALL iDevices or iOSes. It can recover contacts, pictures, call histories, MMS, SMS and text messages, video, voice-mail, calendar entries, notes, app files, saved games just about everything. Convert database files to CSV, VCARDS and ICAL so they can easily exported to excel,outlook,...


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I know I, like several Mac users, have enjoyed the benefits of SizzlingKeys key commands to Play/Pause iTunes without having to look down at my keyboard to find the F8 key. Now with moving onto Mac OS X Catalina 10.15 and the death of iTunes on the Mac, now rebranded the 'Music' application, using SizzlingKeys is no longer an option. After endless Googling ...


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Alfred 4 fits this niche nearly perfectly. Go to Alfred Preferences -> Workflows -> +. Then click Templates -> iTunes and pick the function you want to set up with its accompanying keyboard shortcut. NOTE: Alfred is still using "iTunes" instead of "Music" in version 4.0.8.


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There's a program called iTunes Library Toolkit that meets this question's requirements. Unfortunately it's not gratis, but the cost isn't very high (£3,99 for one computer for one year). It allows you to scan user-defined folders for new media (the user can specify which file types iTLT will scan for) and add any new media to iTunes' library This can be ...


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I hope iOS version of YouTube will catchup soon. UPDATE: Fri 27 May: I've just noticed that YouTube app for iOS supports now cardboard view. I know there is a curated list of phone viewers here: http://www.vrfavs.com/#Phone_VR_viewers I managed to find a workflow that works for me but it's slightly complicated, time consuming, doesn't scale and is not ...


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I use iFunbox in the "Classic" mode. It has many features and provides even SSH tunneling / shell console for the jailbroken phones. You can backup your applications including all settings into the IPA files. http://www.i-funbox.com/


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I'm going to answer my own question here, I use SyncIOS for a few years now and it's awesome. It meets all my requirements and does so much more. It's free to use but if wanted, you can pay for a pro version that disable ad's and adds a few more features. SyncIOS Syncios is powerful iPad/iPhone/iPod to PC transfer which offers you ultimate solution for ...


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I was able to find an answer to my question, so I'll post it here for posterity. Using exiftool, I was able to view hidden ID3 fields using the command exiftool -b -U -ID3_TDS [filepath] which views the hidden field ID3_TDS and outputs their contents as a binary. All of the other mp3 tags can be viewed by exiftool in a similar way. To see the available ...


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ffmpeg fully supports m4a file types (and pretty much everything else too). A quick linux/mac script to do this would be: find /path/to/directory/with/files -name '*.m4a' -exec ffmpeg -i {} {}.mp3 \; run from the command line.


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