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    Default How do I add music and videos to my phone?

    Sorry I'm brand new to the android OS. How would I go about adding media?
    Also, why does it only show up as having 2.45gb of internal storage? Wasn't it supposed to have 8?
    Last edited by withravenoushunger; 03-17-2011 at 11:36 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by withravenoushunger View Post
    Sorry I'm brand new to the android OS. How would I go about adding media?
    Also, why does it only show up as having 2.45gb of internal storage? Wasn't it supposed to have 8?
    I use "Easy Phone Tunes" There is a light and plus version, and if you're music is in iTunes, it works FLAWLESSLY.

    Easy Phone Tunes (Android Market Link)
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    Thanks, I'm trying it now
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    I like music online lite. works great, find the song you like, make sure the link works by playing it. Then download it right to your sd card! love it! I have over 300 songs using it.
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    for some reason easy phone tunes isn't working. it wont detect it on my computer
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    Quote Originally Posted by withravenoushunger View Post
    for some reason easy phone tunes isn't working. it wont detect it on my computer
    You have to have the client running on the computer, the app running on the phone, and the phone set for "Disk Access" in the pulldown USB menu
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    Also, put the music and stuff on the sd card (there is a 32GB card already in the slot).
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    Doubletwist is a good alternative that kind of gives you a iTunes feel experience
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    To add media to your TB:

    - Mount the disk drive to you computer. In the root directory create a folder called "Media"
    - Inside that folder make bunch of folders called "Music" "Music Videos" "Videos" "Ringtones" "Alarms" etc.

    The phone will auto detect those folders. In particular it will notice the Music folder, the Alarms folder and the Ringtones folder.

    In the built in music app, all the stuff in the "Music" folder will be there.
    In the gallery app, there will be a list of the folder names you created such as "Music Videos" which is a good place to keep downloaded youtube videos.

    There will also be a category near the top of the "gallary" application that says "all videos" or "all pictures" which will show you every video or every picture that is anywhere on your SD card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leehblanc View Post
    You have to have the client running on the computer, the app running on the phone, and the phone set for "Disk Access" in the pulldown USB menu
    I do
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    Folks folks folks! Download the latest version of HTS sync. They changed the entire way it operates as it now looks very similar to iTunes!
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    I'm trying to put some music on the phone to work with poweramp, which is the root folder so I can make the other folders for music, and music videos, etc. I'm surprised these were'nt premade by htc.

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