Transfering Music, Videos, Pics to Thunderbolt
What is everyone using to transfer your music, pics, videos from computer to your phone? Is their a good app for this? Anyone use VCAST Manager? I tried to download the HTC transfer software, but it puts Vcast manager on computer instead. I hate it.
Once music is in... is there a way to delete all the music instead of one by one? If you go into manage applications and clear data in music...will this erase all? Thanks for all the info. Just trying to learn as much as I can about this phone!
- 03-29-2011, 01:20 PM #2
- 03-29-2011, 01:22 PM #3
I use the USB cable to connect to PC directly, then physically copy files over as needed, including photos, videos, and mp3's.
You can use a fat client app to sync files but I decided not to use this so I can have more control over what I move to the phone.
The best way to wipe all the music is just to hook up the phone to the PC via USB drive, mount the disk, then delete the files.
Hope this helps!
- 03-29-2011, 01:37 PM #5
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- 03-29-2011, 02:17 PM #8
As I said earlier, the best way to clear out your music in bulk is to connect the phone to a PC using the USB cable, and select 'mount as disk' which makes the PC see your SD card as an external drive. Then you can access all the files through the Windows folder system and do the deletes/adds as you see fit.
I have not experimented with any other music player since the stock one works just fine; I think it's plenty loud. I'm sure there are many other free players out there; just try them out or read some reviews first.
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I actually use the HTC Transfer program.... it did not install the VCAST thing as the earlier poster said... but it works great. I liked it because it allowed me to sync with my itunes library with whatever itunes playlists I wanted.
What is the best music player to use? I'm looking for one that works well with my itunes import, can sort by artist/album/song, etc, and that can play shoutcast streams. I tried winamp but it isn't good for shoutcast becasue a) it stops playing all the time for no reason and b) there is no way to enter in stream URL's, I can only pick from their list.
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