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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Preview 1 is out

I've been tidying up the code this weekend, and its now ready as a beta to try out with your firmware 3 iPhone/iTouches.

Its currently only been tested with mp3 and m4a files, any other file types (especially video) probably won't work correctly yet.

Let me know how it works for you. Email is the best for bug reports - [email protected]

22 comments:

chrisu said...

yeahh thank you! great work

leunas said...

Will do, great job on the software!!!

Johan said...

When i add files with SharePod I can see them on the pc, but when I cant se them in the iPhone, they are probably there. My free space on the iPhone is less, but they dont show up in the artist, tracks or anything...?

Flex said...

I have the same issue as Johan. Is this happening for touch users as well?

flamemaster said...

fire up itunes right click 1 song that you have transferred using sharepod preview 1 and select properties. . that will sync the song that wont appear in ipod it wont delete.

BlurryBlue said...

flamemaster's idea didn't work with mine, my second gen iPod Touch 3.0 still won't show the songs I added at all. It's on my iPod, but it won't appear.

Jon Drews said...
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Jon Drews said...

I was having the same issue as Johan. I tried what flamemaster said and it worked. Odd.

Jeff said...

Ok, there seems to be an issue with some devices where the tracks dont show up immediately on the iPod. Simply opening iTunes and letting it see your iPod I would think should make tracks appear on your iPod.

That download link is now to preview 2. If you are seeing an error message, please use that version and tell me the error message along with the SharePod.log file.

thanks

Flex said...

Got an error when deleting one of those tracks. Email is on it's way to you. Still can't see any of the tracks.

Jeff said...

Thanks, ive just replied.

Mike Borkus said...

getting "iTunesDB file not found in /iTunes_Control/iTunes/iTunesCDB"

Jeff said...

Mike, could you email me please.

Stuart said...

What you guys are doing is awesome! Keep it up!

Maxl said...

works. Thank you very much!

sqm said...

your a fucking bastard !!!!!
thanks u so much !

if u need a server to host ur project feel free to contact me

Jared said...

Hey, I'm on Vista 64 and I'm getting a "Hash72.exe has stopped working" error message when sharepod is done trying to update my iPhone 3GS. After I close the Windows error message SharePod says "Hash-72 calculation failed. Error code: -1073741676 Changes have not been saved to your iPod. SharePod 3.9.4 Preview 3, iPod Type IPhone_ITouch3

Jon Drews said...

Tried Preview 3. Transferred files to iPhone. It didn't error at first, however on closing it gave me this error:

System.ArgumentException: An item with the same key has already been added.
at System.ThrowHelper.ThrowArgumentException(ExceptionResource resource)
at System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2.Insert(TKey key, TValue value, Boolean add)
at bj.b()
at bj.a(List`1 A_0)
at a1.a(Object A_0, EventArgs A_1)
at b.b(BaseDatabaseElement A_0)
at n.a()
at SharePodLib.IPod.SaveChanges()
at be.b.a()

(:0)

SharePod 3.9.4 Preview 3, iPod Type IPhone_ITouch3

Jeff said...

on, thanks. Thats the last outstanding error message for OS3 that I know about. Will be fixed in Preview 4.

Jared, not sure whats causing it. You could try running it in XP mode or manually run as admin?

Andrew said...

I am also having the same problem as Jared, running windows 7 x64 here - maybe its a 64bit OS problem?

JunkInternetMail said...

Is there any chance using modern software such as ThinApp or completely violating Apple's property we could have a version of SharePod that 100% does NOT require iTunes to be installed at all?

I hate iTunes so much I actually refuse to install on my system.
So instead I went through all the trouble setting up a VM for iTunes just so the basics of SharePod can be used...the dependency of an iTunes installation is MORE than drivers...it's the only real weakness in SharePod and would rock the cazzbar if only there were a way to eliminate this dependency altogether. I <3 SharePod...like for real for real.

Gyga Man said...

Just to the Windows 7 problem. I'm running the 64Bit version, got one time the problem with the "Hash72.exe". I basically erase the whole iPhone and initialize it again with iTunes and then it was fine no more "Hash72.exe" problem. Then I remember that I have iTunes install but I never run it after I rebuild my computer; meaning my iPhone was not initialize by iTunes or some. Not sure if there is any relation to it but since then I have no trouble.