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Answered by macnlos : May 06 2011 08:37 AM
Hi. I was digging around and saw that this question was answered for you over on actionscript.org. I'm just sharing the answer here for others.
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The following excerpt from iPhone: The Missing Manual, Fourth Edition gives some tips on various ways to get some music or video onto your iPhone.Once you have iTunes, the next step is to start fillin...
I'll admit I know almost nothing about Mathematica. I've heard of it, certainly. I tinkered with it a few times, too. But until I spoke with Sal Mangano, author of the "Mathematica Cookbook," I assume...
Answered by dkavanagh : Mar 10 2010 05:14 PM
Android lets people write apps to replace system functionality. I've seen it done with the contact manager. I've toyed with doing a better music player because I've used my Google... full answer >
Answered by adfm : Dec 10 2009 10:34 AM
The music on your iPod Nano is stored locally on your computer. You should be able to plug in your new iPod and sync.
Giving your old iPod to your friend is another matter. You can't just hand h... full answer >