04-15-2012 09:06 PM
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  1. kcls's Avatar
    Lmfao. Poor you. I think the reason the songs show up 4 times is because of the stupid DRM protections they put on them.

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    Probably. All I know is its annoying to have to click through 3 songs that
    all give me errors, only to find it is the 4th one is the I've iTunes can actually locate.




    Apple won't sync to Android for the very thing I mentioned earlier, monopoly.

    Itunes has a method of removing duplicates.
    Also, use that Itunes money to only download non-drm files and then yank them right out of Itunes.

    Yes, I've seen programs out there, but I find it silly to have to do that in the first place. I was going to organize my library over break but didn't want to spend the time

    And unfortunately its my sister who wants to buy all the pop songs, which of course apple is going to put DRMs on. Oh well, guess I'll be an Apple slave for just a bit longer




    True. iOS is designed to be simple. Android is much more customizable, but that comes with a learning curve.

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    This. The way I see it, android is mostly for people like us. People who hack, people who browse forums. Geeks. There is still a large percentage of standard users on android, but I've always seen it as android is for geeks, and iPhones are for users. The non tech oriented. But I like it that way. I love my Droid, and until the iPhone gets a 50 megapixel camera, a 3D projector, and a holographic notification system BEFORE android, I'm not making the switch

    Tapatalkin' it from my IHO CM7.2'd MIUI Themed Optimus V
    04-15-2012 12:51 AM
  2. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    Leslie, have you always had that Android dev status?
    Wow, you spotted that fast!
    I probably only got it minutes before you noticed.
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    04-15-2012 12:57 AM
  3. ragnarokx's Avatar
    Wow, you spotted that fast!
    I probably only got it minutes before you noticed.
    Blue looks good on you
    04-15-2012 01:00 AM
  4. rukin5197's Avatar
    Wow, you spotted that fast!
    I probably only got it minutes before you noticed.
    Lol it caught my attention quickly. Just something seemed different. It was only a matter of time though! Congrats!
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    04-15-2012 01:00 AM
  5. droidmyme's Avatar
    Probably. All I know is its annoying to have to click through 3 songs that
    all give me errors, only to find it is the 4th one is the I've iTunes can actually locate.







    Yes, I've seen programs out there, but I find it silly to have to do that in the first place. I was going to organize my library over break but didn't want to spend the time

    And unfortunately its my sister who wants to buy all the pop songs, which of course apple is going to put DRMs on. Oh well, guess I'll be an Apple slave for just a bit longer






    This. The way I see it, android is mostly for people like us. People who hack, people who browse forums. Geeks. There is still a large percentage of standard users on android, but I've always seen it as android is for geeks, and iPhones are for users. The non tech oriented. But I like it that way. I love my Droid, and until the iPhone gets a 50 megapixel camera, a 3D projector, and a holographic notification system BEFORE android, I'm not making the switch

    Tapatalkin' it from my IHO CM7.2'd MIUI Themed Optimus V
    Lol. I'm gonna love a hologram notification system. Yes!

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    04-15-2012 01:01 AM
  6. DKGerbil2's Avatar
    iTunes hasn't had DRM in their music for years.

    Anyways yeah, I don't really compare about the comparison or one being better than the other. Different phones for different people. With ICS Google has done plenty to make the experience friendly out of the box and that trend will only continue. I'm all for that because my experience with ICS was so great that I had far less stuff installed because I didn't feel the need to do things differently than the core experience. I still had the options to change for the things I did want to though, and that's where Android shines. Android= options. That's why I love it.
    04-15-2012 01:19 AM
  7. LeslieAnn's Avatar
    iTunes hasn't had DRM in their music for years.
    Glad to see them drop it.
    I have never bought from there.
    04-15-2012 02:04 AM
  8. curtis1973's Avatar
    IPhone is IPoOoP..with Steve Forbes..erm I mean Jobs's peanuts in it. RoCK ThaT IPoOoP!! :rolleyes:
    04-15-2012 03:20 AM
  9. Speedygi's Avatar
    You do not have to deal with ITunes and you actually can save files to a manageable file manager in Android. Those two are enough for me to lament about for a day or so...
    04-15-2012 03:49 AM
  10. cmerlyn's Avatar
    OK, my two bits here... I work on computers for a living, have for the last 20 or so years. I consider myself "operating system neutral" on computers; comfortable enough to work on most any OS.
    At home, I use mostly Windows XP and some Linux (mostly Ubuntu, tried most of them). As such, my phone OS of choice was Android, hands down. I like something I can work on, use, customize, and yet use as a daily driver without any worries. Our devs here have made that easy to do, and have provided endless support for those who have problems. Apple products (all of them) provide simple-to-use, technically good systems, but they are not meant to be changed, modified, or anything else. From my perspective, that amounts to a "dumbed down" interface. Not for me, thank you.
    The people I know that use iPhones all seem to take the attitude of "I don't want to mess with it". Some very intelligent people feel that way, just not me or most of the people on these forums. More power to us, and major kudos to all the devs and folks just getting there.
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    04-15-2012 09:06 PM
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