How to transfer ipad 2 music to a computer easily?

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    shalin

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    I had a pc notebook with all of my iTunes music downloaded to it. No I did not back it up. My hard drive fried yesterday. How can I upload the music from my ipad to the main computer? Also is there any way I can get my downloaded music from iTunes?
    Thanks...
     
    shalin, Aug 11, 2011
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    If your ipad music bought via iTunes that you can transfer the music back to computer.It supports all apple device included ipad.You need exchange a new hard-disk drive,and sync music files again.
     
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    Well, Just using iTunes, you can't transfer music from computer to new iPad 2 without syncing. But with some iPad Transfers, you can not only copy music from computer to iPad by a simple click, but also transfer all files from iPad to computer, or transfer media files from iPad to iTunes directly
     
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    Just install iTunes on your main computer.
    Plug in your iPad and away you go.
    iTunes should restore music back to pc.
    Logging on to your iTunes account should let you get your downloaded music.
     
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