Do you still have an old i Pod, i Pod Touch or other i OS device lying around with songs that you really want on your desktop computer?Transferring those songs isn’t always easy, especially if you want to mix and match tracks from the old days with your current collection.Thus, using the 60/80GB build on your 30GB i Pod will cause problems.Using a 30GB build on a 60/80GB i Pod will work fine, but not use all the RAM.i Pod Linux is a project to port Linux (actually u Clinux, a derivative of the standard Linux kernel) and associated userspace utilities to the i Pod.Rockbox is a project to create cross-platform music player firmware from scratch, with the goal of being the best music player possible. If you are somebody who gets all hot and bothered seeing a bash prompt or you want to run various Unix/Linux programs on your i Pod, then i Pod Linux may be for you.
You can also perform software updates and backups over Wi-Fi, whereas older i Pods and i Pod touches still need a wired connection to i Tunes.
Putting music on your i Pod using Windows normally require having to use i Tunes, which can be a real pain in the but if you hate using extra software for something that should be as easy and dragging and dropping.
But using a cool trick, you can add music to your i Pod in the easiest way possible without being bogged down with i Tunes.
You know that you can easily sync music from computer to i Pod or i Pod touch with i Tunes, while it is hard to remove songs from i Pod, especially if you are working with an old i Pod like i Pod Nano, i Pod Shuffle and i Pod classic.
For i Pod touch users, you can delete one or two songs from your i Device with ease, but what if you want to remove a lot of unwanted songs?