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What is Library Tunes?
Library Tunes is a program that gives you access to manage your Apple device with multiple iTunes libraries / computers. Run Library Tunes on each computer to enable access.
Transfer your media files from multiple iTunes libraries to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod without erasing. Get around that annoying "erase and sync" message!
Get access to your iTunes library if your Apple device was synced with a computer that was damaged, stolen, etc.
Keep your current iTunes library.
No jailbreaking required.
No need for a third-party file manager. Keep using iTunes.
An intuitive, step-by-step wizard guides you through the process.
Easily back up your iTunes library files for transfer to a new computer.
...Library Tunes helps you get around this error:
"The iPhone / iPad / iPod is synced with another iTunes library. Do you want to erase this iPhone / iPad / iPod and sync with this iTunes library?"
As you probably know, an iPhone / iPad / iPod can be synced with only one iTunes library at a time. What a pain. When you try to add music, videos, etc. using a different computer or library, you get that annoying "erase and sync" message.
Library Tunes allows you to add new music, videos, etc. to your Apple device without erasing! Even if you no longer have access to your old computer due to a virus, crashed hard drive, etc., Library Tunes helps recover your old library information!
Library Tunes also helps in the process of exporting your iTunes library. Library Tunes makes it easy to transfer your iTunes library to a new computer or save the library files as a backup.
Library Tunes guides you step-by-step, letting you know what it's doing in detail.
Library Tunes is great for Apple purists. There's no need to use a third-party manager. Stick with iTunes. After you're done using Library Tunes, you can delete it.
What's the catch?
After using Library Tunes, your new iTunes library will lose the date and timestamp when each file was originally added. However, files should maintain the order in which they were added. This will mess up any "recently added" playlists and data from the "date added" column. If this is important to you, do not use Library Tunes. For most people, this is a very minor consideration.