According to Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple, over 59 million iPhones have been sold between 2007 and 2010. No matter who you ask, it is easy to see that the iPhone is wildly popular. There are stories of customers lining up outside of Apple stores on the morning of a release to purchase a new iPhone. One of the major selling points of iPhones is their ability to run a wide variety of applications, or apps. The apps help to give iPhone its reputation for being able to do it all, including manage music.
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Things you need
- iPhone (any model) with ml_ipod driver
- Winamp version 5 or higher
Download and install iTunes to your iPhone. Versions 7.4.2 and 8.0.2 are the ones that work best for this purpose. Use the icon on your iPhone to go to the Application Store and search for iTunes. Tap the program listing to download it to your phone.
Use the Application Store again to search for, download and install Winamp to your iPhone. Version 5 or higher will work best for this purpose.
Use your iPhone to visit the ml_ipod website and download and install the file ml_ipod version 3.08 or higher.
Plug in your iPhone and launch Winamp. The program should launch and run on your iPhone, allowing you to transfer your music and play lists.
Tips and warnings
- Be sure that your music files are backed up to your computer or another storage device before attempting this.
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