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    I am not home, so I can't get the name of it, but my Audis have SD card slots, so I used an app that would recognize a specific SD card when inserted, then sync the iTunes folders or playlists that you specify. It's what I use on my USB stick now in the Model S -- insert it, and it syncs just like it's an iPod. On windows it ran in the system try and popped up when you inserted the configured media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrcooled View Post
    I was going to suggest the exact same thing. Forget loading another application when you can just use the terminal/command line to copy new files within a directory.
    Get the parameters to your liking and save in a text file with #!/bin/sh as the first line and name the file with .command suffix. Now its double-clickable in Finder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnOutsider View Post
    I am not home, so I can't get the name of it, but my Audis have SD card slots, so I used an app that would recognize a specific SD card when inserted, then sync the iTunes folders or playlists that you specify. It's what I use on my USB stick now in the Model S -- insert it, and it syncs just like it's an iPod. On windows it ran in the system try and popped up when you inserted the configured media.
    The software I use is called iTunes Agent, and it looks like in '11 it got renamed to notpod: Notpod - Portable entertainment manager

    here's another software, though it's a tad more limited. iTunes Sync Binary Fortress Software

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argelius View Post
    Anyway, is there a way to keep the USB drive in "sync" with iTunes?
    I use DoubleTwist - it's used to sync Android devices with iTunes, but it will detect a USB drive/SD card as a destination as well.

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    Another option - for the mac - is Chronosync. Very powerful and can be set to sync whenever the drive is detected.

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