Maybe I'm missing something, but I haven't been able to find an answer to this.
The computer my daughter uses lost it's hard drive and had no backups (yeah, I know). Unfortunately, this means that she now has an iPod Touch that's got all kinds of music, photos, apps, app data and whatnot that is not present in her brand-new iTunes library, and iTunes only copies TO the iPod.
Is there a way to do a reverse-sync, replacing everything in the iTunes library with the contents of her iPod? (I know about Senuti, but that only does music and nothing else.)
That's just stupid. The data is sitting there on the iPod. I've gotta say, I'm a big Apple fan, been using Macs since 1984, constantly defend them against detractors... but they really dropped the ball on this one if the only option to get the iPod synced again is to delete all existing data.
Is there really no answer? I've been able to reverse-sync every Palm device I've had, replacing the computer's data with the Palm's, for ten years. Surely if Apple hasn't provided this functionality, someone has! Right?