- October 30th, 2014, 7:57 am
Yes, but if I save the link it remains an "Internet Shortcut". I'm trying to copy the MP3's to an SD card (which plays on my car deck). I need MP3's and not a hyperlink. If I had the option of opening with something other than Quicktime, I might be able to save the files, but no "Open With" option appears. It defaults to Quicktime.
I had the MP3 files on my old laptop (which is DOA), so I know it's possible.
I have the files on my iPhone, but it seems copying files from the laptop to the iPhone is a one-way deal only. Plugging the iPhone into the laptop gets me iTunes only, no File Explorer. The phone doesn't show up as an available folder (which it did in Windows 7).
I can use the phone to play the files in my car, but I'd rather not. Last time I did that, I was cruising the streets in the Ecto and every time I got a phone call it was broadcast to the public over the external car speakers. Last year I played the GB theme from CD and the siren from the SD card, which worked great. Unfortunately, I overwrote the SD card when I needed it for photos. Won't do that again.
So if anyone knows:
A) How to copy the online MP3's as MP3's or
B) How to copy the MP3's from my iPhone to my laptop
I'd be forever grateful.