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iTunes without QuickTime


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elajua,

Does the iTunes installer include the Apple Mobile Device support?

No, i don't include it on my installers. If you need it, you can extract it from the original iTunes installer.

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Codecguide doesn't host itunes addon anymore (I didn't find it in the quicktime lite page) and Shark stopped developing his QT lite as well :(

Where can we find a lite quicktime installation to make iTunes work? :(

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Codecguide doesn't host itunes addon anymore (I didn't find it in the quicktime lite page) and Shark stopped developing his QT lite as well :(

Where can we find a lite quicktime installation to make iTunes work? :(

QuickTime Alternative 2.8.0 doesn't require any add-on.

Edit: Oops... nevermind. The addon is here:

http://www.codecpackguide.com/quicktimealt.htm

and here

ftp://ftp.ku.lt/pub/Windows/audio/K-Lite/...es_addon270.exe

Is this addon still required for 2.80?

Not, you don't need if you install the latest version 2.8.0.

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iTunes 8.1.1.10 has been released.
I'm already working on it.

Main post updated. The new 8.1.1.10 switchless installers are already available at my site.

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Under Win7 build 7048 I did the following for my iPod Touch:

1. DL iTunes x64 from Apple and extracted with Winrar

2. Installed the AppleMobileDeviceSupport.MSI

3. Installed Quicktime Alt 2.8.0 (put compatability add-on on but probably don't have to)

4. DL the Switchless x64 from the front page link and installed

5. Ran iTunes

6. Plugged my iPod Touch in and good to go!

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elajua, thank you very much!

I wish to ask, is this possible to install to directory different than Program Files\iPod? I unpacked the installer and tried to install through .msi, but the installation has ceased immediately :blink:

The iPod service installs in Program File\iPod. iTunes default installation folder is Program Files\iTunes.

You can try to use the INSTALLDIR parameter to change the default iTunes installation folder.

Run something like this: itunes.msi INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\My iTunes" /qb /norestart

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