I looked at the web site and read up on it. It talks about playlists, but I'm wondering if they mean 'smart' playlists.<br><br>When you used this, did it transfer your smart playlists back in to your iTunes?<br><br>
#228081 - 05/11/0508:36 AMRe: I think I'm going to be very mad
No, because your Smart Playlists are transferred as normal playlists to the iPod, so they'll come back that way. The iPod doesn't have the brains to sort that stuff. At least I could save my ratings... that was all I cared about.<br><br>
Thanks for clearing that up for me, Sam. I'm hanging on to this app. I am a happy camper when I know I have something to save the day when things go bad. Plus I'm wiser now, and I'm making a back up of my library file too.<br><br>
For what its worth here's another great iPod app that is not only free but is almost identical to PodWorks. <br><br>Senuti<br><br>I have PodWorks too and love it. But it has had problems with the new iPod Shuffle. I helped a friend with a similar problem on her Shuffle and Podworks didn't do it. I searched around and stumbled upon Senuti. Not as feature rich as Podworks but it works great and uses the DB file stored on the iPod just like PW which makes things alot faster than most iPod haxie apps. <br><br><br><br>
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